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Cells by braswell 09

Holt Life Science, pg 60, 2009, Braswell

basic unit of life cells
one of the two main types of cells, no nucleus, very simple, makes up bacteria & archea Prokaryotic
one of the two main types of cells, has organelles like nuclueus, makes up you, plants, animals, protists and fungus Eukaryotic
all living things are made of cells, the cell is the basic unit of life, all cells come from other cells The Cell theory
'little organs' that carry out jobs for the eukaryotic cell organelles
Two types of eukaryotic cells plant and animal
cell wall outside rigid wall around a plant cell, gives it shape and structure. (organelle)
flexiable covering around all cells, acts like a screen door (organelle) cell membrane
a web of proteins in the cytoplasm, helping give the cell shape (organelle) cytoskeleton
like the brain of the cell, holds the DNA in Eukaryotic cells (organelle) nucleus
Ribosomes organelle that is made of protien (yum)
comes in both smooth and rough, moves things around inside the eukaryotic cell (organelle) endoplasmic reticulum (ER)
the the 'powerhouse' or battery of the cell provides energy and saves energy for later (organelle) mitochondria
lysosome recycling bin of the cell (organelle)
Golgi delivery service of the cell (organelle)
chloroplast only in plant cells, makes chlorophyll, uses the sun to make energy (organelle)
vacuoles the closet of the cell (organelle)
tissue several cells working together to accomplish a task
organ several tissues working together to accomplish a task
organ system several organs working together to accomplish a task
organism any living thing
Function* somethings job..what it does
structure* the arrangement of parts
Created by: JesiBraswell