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Life Science Review

Vocabulary Terms

TermDefinition
cell wall supports and protects the cell
chloroplast site of photosynthesis in the cell
cytoplasm gel like liquid the holds the cell organelles
vacuole large storage vesicle used for storing water and minerals
golgi apparatus inspects and packages proteins
mitochondria powerhouse of the cell
smooth endoplasmic reticulum contains enzymes that perform cellular functions
rough endoplasmic reticulum highway of the cell
nucleus boss of the cell, contains the DNA
nucleolus makes ribosomes
cell membrane controls what gets in and out of the cell
ribosomes make protein
lysosomes helps to clean the cell
centrioles structures that aid in cell division
unicellular made of one cell
multicellular made up of many cells
organism any living thing
cell smallest structural unit of any living thing
cell theory basic characteristics of all cells
organelle small bodies in the cell that perform specialized tasks
DNA genetic material
prokaryote single celled organism with no organelles
eukaryote multi celled organism with organelles and DNA in the nucleus
tissue cells with similar functions coming together
organs tissue with similar functions coming together
digestive system breaks down nutrients and gets rid of waste for an organism
respiratory system brings in oxygen for an organism
circulatory system transports nutrients in the form of blood throughout an organism
vascular system of vessels or tubes to transport water and nutrients
non-vascular plants without a vascular system
epithelial tissue protective tissue
muscle tissue helps an organism with movement
nervous tissue helps with sending and receiving messages throughout an organism
connective tissue connects parts of the organism together
simple basic
complex many parts working together
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