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cell test review

TermDefinition
cell The basic unit of structure and functions in living things.
nucleaus the control center of a cell, direct all activities.
mitochondria the power house of a cell, and creates energy for the cell.
vacules store food, water, and waste.
cell membrane allows materials in and out of the cell
cell wall the rigid layer of cellulose that protects and supports the plant cell.
chloroplast captures energy from the sunlight and uses it to produce food. (photosynthesis)
reproduction is the process by which an organism produces others of its same kind.
animal sexual reproduction when the reproductive cells of one animal fertilizes the reproductive cell of another. producing a baby.
plant sexual reproduction when the reproductive cell of one plant pollinates (fertilizes) the reproductive cells of another plant. this produces seeds that can grow into a new plant.
asexual reproduction the process in which something can singularly reproduce. (clone)
photosynthesis the process in which a plant cell captures energy from the sun and uses it to make food.
cellular respiration a process when cells break down the simple food molecules such as glucose to use the energy that they contain.
stomata carbon dioxide enters the plant through the stomata.
chlorophyll the main pigment found in plants are chlorophyll.
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