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Cell Theory, Cell Organelles, Transport, Division, & Levels of Organization

States the cell is the basic unit of life, makes up all living things, and all cells come from other cells. Cell Theory
Organism made up of one cell and that cell can carry out all its life function. Unicellular Organism
Organism made up of many cells , each cell carries out the major function of life. Multicellular Organism
Term that means "little" or "mini" organ found in cells. Organelle
Oraganism that contains cells that have chloroplast and chlorophyll. Photosynthetic
Organism that contains cells that do not have chloroplast and chlorophyll. Non-photosynthetic
Organism (Infectious Agent) that causes a harmful disease in a host. Pathogen
Organism that have cells with no nucleus or membrane-bound organelles. Prokaryote
Organism that have cells with a nucleus and have membrande-bound organelles. Eukaryotes
Cell organelle allows materials into and out of cell. It is a thin, flexible outer covering of a cell. Cell membrane
Cell organelle that is a gel-like fluid made up mostly of water and holds the cell organelles. Cytoplasm
Cell organelle that holds the genetic material and is the control center of a cell. Nucleus
Cell organelle that acts like a temporary storage center. Vacuole
Cell organelle that contains chlorophyll and is the site where photosynthesis takes place. Chloroplast
The green pigments found in organism that aid in photosynthesis. Chloropyll
Cell organelle that is the energy producing sites in cells where respiration takes place. Mitochondria
Cell organelle made up mostly of cellulose, that provides support and shape for plant cells. Cell Wall
Cell organelle that is responsible for digesting certain materials within the cell. Lysosomes
Cell transport that moves materials from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration. Diffusion
Cell transport that is the movement of water from an area of higher conentration to an area of lower concentration. Osmosis
The name for the genetic material found in the nucleus. DNA
The process that converts sunlight into food with the aid of chlorophyll. photosynthesis
The process that breaks down glucose to release energy in a cell. cellular respiration
Process that takes place in the nucleus that results in a duplicate copy of the cell. Mitosis
The basic units structure and function within all living things. Cells
Group of specialized cells that work together to perform a specific funtion. Tissues
Group of two or more different types of tissue that work together to perform a specific function. Organs
Group of two or more organs that work together to perform a specific function. Systems
An unicellular, prokaryotic microorganism that can be helpful or harmful to an organism. Bacteria
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