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SMS Cell Unit

Cell Unit

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nucleus controls the cell and contains all genetic material
cell membrane protects the cell and regulates what goes in and out
endoplasmic reticulum (ER) process and transport proteins and make lipids
golgi complex distributes materials within or out of the cell
ribosomes makes proteins
mitochondria uses food to make energy
vacuole stores food and water
lysosome breaks down waste and foreign invaders
chloroplast uses sunlight to make food (process is called photosynthesis)
cell wall protects the cell and gives the cell its rigid texture
7 traits of a living organism Mrs. Nerg: Move, Respiration, Sense, Nutrition, Excrete Waste, Reproduce, Grow
Cell Theory All organisms are made up of cells, The cell is the basic unit of all organisms, Cell come from other cells
Robert Hooke First person to call a cell a cell
Prokaryote Type of cell that have No Nucleus and No Membrane organelles
Eukaryote Type of cells have do have a nucleus and do have membrane bound organelles
cytoplasm jelly like fluid the hold the cell organelles in place
mitosis the process of making more cells to replace damaged, worn out, or missing cells. Healing, Growth, and Reproduction IPMAT
Interphase DNA is copied in the cell
Prophase Chromosomes reduce and become more compact
Metaphase Chromosomes line up in the middle
Anaphase Chromosomes get pulled to opposite sides of the cell
Telophase New nuclues forms on opposite sides of the cell
Cytokinesis The cells splits into two new cells
Stage the platform that slides and specimen are placed
Fine Adjustment moves the stage into place with very small movements, best for medium or high power
Course Adjustment moves the stage into place with large movements, best for low power
Diaphragm controls the amount of light thought the stage
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