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what are the 7 characteristics of living things? they can move they can reproduce they can grow they respond or react they can excrete (waste-poo,pee) they can exchange gases nutrition (ability to get nutrition/food)
What are the main differences between plant and animal cells? the vacuole SIZE, SHAPE, COLOUR, and the plant cell has more labels then the animal cells
what are the 3 key ideas of CELL THEORY? 1-cells make up all living things and are the smallest living organism 2-Any organism can be made up of at least 1 cell 3-all cells are made from previous cells through a process called cell division
what is the cell membrane? the thin covering that surrounds the organelles inside the cell and controls the passage of materials in or out of the cells.
what is cytoplasm? jelly-like material that fills the cell. food and oxygen move through the cytoplasm to the organelles.
what are ribosomes? tiny organelles that help make proteins and are located in the cytoplasm.
what is golgi apparatus? a folded organelle that combines proteins made by the endoplasmic reticulum and delivers them to the rest of the cell and outside the cell.
what are lysosomes? these organelles break down food and digests wastes.
what is the endoplasmic reticulum? a folded organelle that makes protein
what are vacuoles? sac-like organelles that store excess food, waste and other substances.
what is the nucleus? a large organelle that controls the activities of the cell (like growth)
what is the mitochondria? the powerhouse of the cell. these organelles break down food,p articles and release the stored energy to fuel their activities.
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