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Life Science

Ch. 1 Living Things Ch 2. Plant Structures and Functions

ORGANELLE Cell structures that work together to help perform life processes
NUCLEUS A large spherical structure found in the center of the cell.
MITOCHONDRIA Oval sacs in ANIMAL and PLANT cells. These sacs have folded inner membrane
CELL MEMBRANE Outer layer of ANIMAL cell
CELL WALL Outer, hard layer of PLANT cell
CHLOROPLASTS Plant cell structure that turns energy from sunlight into food.
What TWO organelles to Plant Cells have that Animal Cells do NOT? Cell wall and cytoplasm
VASCULAR "composed of or containging vessels"
PHOTOSYNTHESIS Food making process for plants from sun, water and air
CELLULAR RESPIRATION Process used by plant or animal cells when they need energy (breaks down stored carbohydrates)
STOMATA photosynthesis enters the plant through tiny pores called STOMATA
CHLOROPHYLL Green pigment (color) found in most plants
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