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Biology Cells Review

reivew of microscopes and cells

makes enlarged 2D images TEM
makes enlarged 3D images SEM
states that cells are the building blocks of life, all cells come from other cells , all organisms are made of cells cell theory
uses digestive enzymes to break down food and worn out cell parts lysosome
contains the genetic information (DNA) ; controls the cell's activities nucleus
cells that have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles eukaryotic
organelle that makes proteins ribosomes
supportive outer layer only seen in plants cell wall
lipid bilayer boundry that only allows certain things to enter and leave the cell cell membrane
is responsible for modifying and packaging proteins golgi apparatus (body)
powerhouse of the cell that creates ATP energy mitochondria
convert sunlight into chemical energy ; only in plant cells chloroplast
this stores water ; is only 1 and very large in plants vacuole
cells that do not have a nucleus or membrane bound organelles prokaryotic
jelly like substance that fills the cell outside of the nucleus cytoplasm
Created by: cadetjt