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Is a basic unit of structure and function in living things. Cell
the part of a cell that directs all of the cells activites nucleus
which organelle directs a cell's activites nucleus
which is fould only in plant cells cellwall and chloroplast
what are the similarities between plant and aniaml cell? nucleus,cell membrane,cytoplasm,vacuole,mitochondrion,pick3
what are tha diffrences between plant and aniaml cell? plant cell has cellwall and chloroplast and aniaml cell does not have cellwalls and chloroplast
a group of of cells that work together to perform a certain function tissue
a group of tissue that work together to preform a certain function organ
the organ system the turns food into nutrents the body cells need. digestive system
which type of tissue forms bones,tendons, and ligaments connective system
what is most of your body mass? mucle tissue
Created by: MMunzek123