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7th Science Cell

Cell Structure

Cell – the basic unit of structure and function of life.
Prokaryotic – cells that do not have membrane-bound structures.
Eukaryotic – cells that have membrane-bound structures.
Unicellular – organisms made of only one cell.
Multicellular – organisms made of many cells.
Robert Hook – British scientist who was the first person to observe cells.
Cell Membrane – encloses the cell and acts like a gatekeeper, allowing some materials to pass through it, but not others.
Cytoplasm – gel-like fluid that takes up most of the space inside of a cell; mostly made of water.
Organelles – carry out the activities that keep the cell alive; means "little organ."
Nucleus – structure usually located near the center of an animal cell and home to chromosomes.
Chromosomes – genetic structures that contain the information used to direct cell activity and make new cells.
DNA – stands for "deoxyribonucleic acid"; chromosomes are made of this.
Nuclear membrane – surrounds and protects the nucleus.
Nucleolus –
Vacuoles –
Mitochondria –
Endoplasmic Reticulum/Ribosomes –
Golgi Bodies –
Cell wall –
Cell Membrane –
Cytoplasm –
Organelles –
Nucleus –
Chloroplasts –
Chlorophyll –
Golgi bodies –
Created by: kdodson