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|All living things are made of cells. Not including a virus. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in organisms. New cells come from existing cells.
|A special part of a cell that does different jobs to keep a cell alive. , cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms.
|Cell (Plasma) Membrane
|It surrounds the cell and protects it and regulates what enters and leaves the cell “Gatekeeper”.
|A mineral in a living celled organism that’s not including the nucleus. Holds parts of the cell and protects them.
|Contains DNA, genetic information, it's near the center of the cell, it is called the “Brain”.
|Is a way in the nucleus to make DNA take a smaller amount of space.
|Contains 23 pairs. Made of DNA and proteins.
|DNA located on a chromosome. Gives you your characteristics.
|Part of the cell that makes ribosomes.
|A double membrane that surrounds the nucleus.
|Fiber surrounding the eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Shapes the cell and support all of its parts.
|Controls what goes in and out of the cell. Covers the cytoplasm.
|Shapes the cell and support all of its parts.
|Produces/releases energy “Powerhouse” and it's called cellular respiration.
|Use oxygen to make smaller parts of food that make energy.
|Produces food through photosynthesis and it's in the category of plant cells.
|When plants use the sun to give them food.
|Organelles that are in the cytoplasm of animal cells. Help with cell division.
|Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
|Connected, flat sacks, and helps to make proteins.
|Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
|It combines fats. Carries out the balance of carbohydrates and steroids.
|Make new proteins.
|Is from the ER and is sorted in this organelle to be shipped or moved to new places.
|On the outside of the plant cells only, provides structure, and support in the category of a plant cell.
|They are used for storage of wastes.
|Digest and remove waste. Not usually in a plant cell.
|Larger, has a nucleus, newer, has a cell membrane, cell wall for plant only, cytoplasm, ribosomes, DNA, protein synthesis, cellular respiration, and more parts in the cell. Plant and Animal Cells.
|Smaller, does not have a nucleus, older, has a cell membrane, cytoplasm, ribosomes, DNA, protein synthesis, cellular respiration. Bacteria Cells.
|Molecules composed of both carbon and hydrogen.
|The process of joining monomers together to form a polymer. This requires the removal of water.
|The process of breaking a polymer apart. This requires adding water.
|Making proteins (TREBLAH). Nucleus holds the dna, then the ribosomes make the proteins, and lastly the golgi body packages them.
|A specialized protein that acts as a catalyst to speed up the rate of a chemical reaction.
|Has a hydrophilic top (glycerol) and a hydrophobic bottom (fatty acids).
|Only allows small molecules to pass freely.
|Smooth endoplasmic reticulum, rough endoplasmic reticulum, cytoplasm, nucleolus, mitochondria, cell membrane, vacuole, ribosomes, lysosomes, nucleus, centrioles, and a nuclear envelope.
|Vacuole, chloroplast, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, rough endoplasmic reticulum, cell membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, nucleolus, ribosomes, nucleus, golgi apparatus, and a nuclear envelope.
|Attached to Golgi Body. Transports materials.