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cells & viruses

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scientist credited with naming the cell Robert Hooke
a nucleus controls activities, contains heredity material, surrounded by a membrane and provides energy. is this statement always true, sometimes true, never true about the function of the nucleus? never true
which cells do not have membrane-bound organelles and do not have a nucleus? prokaryotic
which cells are more complex, have a nucleus, and have membrane-bound organelles? eukaryotic
cell cycle for active viruses lytic cycle
cell cycle for dormant viruses lysogenic cycle
regulates what enters & exits the nucleus-only found in eukaryotic cells nuclear membrane
allows some molecules to pass, but not others semi-permeable membrane
one of the first people to create a light microscope to see living cells Anton van Leeuwenhoek
modifies, packages, and distributes proteins from the cell golgi apparatus
they all originate from existing cells cells are alike because
cells that have similar functions tissues
where cells store water & other nutrients vacuole
organelle which protein is made ribosome
structure that creates ATP energy mitochondria
organelle that produces enzymes lysosomes
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