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Science Chapter 2

Chapter Review

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What do the cells that make up your skin resemble? flat cells
In what part of the cell would you find chromosomes made of DNA? nucleus
What job does a vacuole do in a cell? Stores breaks down materials and stores food.
What is one result of our muscle systems and skeletal systems working together? Our bodies move.
What organ are nerves cells coming from? The brain
What is mitochondria's purpose in a cell? To give power and energy to the cell.
Describe a cell membrane. Thin skin like covering of plant and animal cells that allows materials to enter and exit.
What is Cellular Respiration Process in which a cell gets energy by combining oxygen and food.
Why are red blood cells smooth and small? To help them move throughout the body in blood vessels.
Created by: Mrs.King's5th