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Prokaryote lacks a nucleus.
Eukaryote has a nucleus.
Unicellular only one cell.
Multicellular more than one cell.
Animal cell the cell of a animal.
Plant cell A cell of a plant.
Cell theory The theory of the cell.
Robert Hooke the one who discovered cells.
Anton van Leeuwenhoek the one who observed cells with a microscope.
Compound Microscope a light microscope with more than one lens.
Cell Membrane a cell structure which controls what goes in and out.
Cytoplasm a jelly like substance inside the cell.
Nucleus the control center of the cell.
Chromosomes DNA inside the nucleus.
Endoplasmic Recticulum A maze the holds proteins and other materials inside the cell.
Mitochondria Powerhouse of the cell.
Ribosome Makes proteins inside the cell.
Golgi Body The Post Office
Lysosomes breaks down old cell parts and food and waste.
Cell Wall The rigid layer around the plant cell .
Chloroplast Captures energy from sunlight to make food.
Vacuole It stores food water and wastes in the cell.
Passive Transport passes through with no energy
Created by: mariah.cox