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5th grade living cel

Cell the smallest unit of living matter that can carry out the basic process of life
Organelle structures that work together to help perform lice processes.
Cell Membrane the layer around the outside of a cell.
Cytoplasm the gell like substance that fills a cell.
Nucleus an object at the center, in cells, the structure that controls all activity within a cell.
mitochondria structures within a cell that break down food and turn it into energy.
vacuole a cell structure used for storage.
cell wall an additional layer around the outside of plant cells.
chloroplast green structures inside plant cells that turns sunlight into food.
microscope a tool that magnifies objects.
Unicellular made up of only one cell.
organism an individual living thing.
multicellular made up of mor that one cell.
tissue a group of similar cells that work together to do the same job.
organ a group of tissues that work together to perform a specific bodily function
organ system a group of organs that work together to perform a specific bodily function.
Explain what a cell is A cell is the smallest unit of living matter that can carry out the basic process of life.
What are oganelles? They are structures that work together to help perform life process.
What is the function of a cell membrane? It gives the cell shape and controls what goes in and out of the cell.
What is the function of cytoplasm? supports organells
What is the function of the nucleus? the nucleus controls all action in a cell
What is the function of the mitochondria? breaks down food
What is the function of the vacuoles? stores water, food and waste.
What is the function of the cell wall? made up of a hard substance, which protects the cell.
How are their vacuoles different thatn animal vacuoles? plant cells have one large vacuole.
What is the function of chloroplasts? turns sunlight into food/ energy.
What is the name of the chemical inside of chloroplasts that turn light into energy? Chlorophyl
What is a microscope? Instrument that magnifies objects or makes them look bigger.
What is a unicellular organism? and organism made up of only one cell.
What is an organism? an individual living thing.
What is a mulitcellular organism? an organism made up of more than one cell.
What is "response" in living things? The ability to react to changes in surroundings.
What is "respiration" in living things? the ability to break down food into energy.
what is excretion in living things? the removal of waste.
What is tissue? a group of similar cells that do the same job in an organism.
What is an organ? tissues of different kinds come together.
What is a kingdon? the broadest group in which organisms are classified.
What is a species? The narrowest group in the classification system of living things.
Where do animals get their energy? a mitochondrian
To what kingdom do animals belong? the animal kingdom.
True or False: The kingdom is broken into many phyla True
What are invertebrates? animails without a backbone
Describe the phylum called Chordata? They all have backbones.
Give 3 examples of chordata? bony fish, reptiles, mammals
What are vertebrates? all animals that have backbones.
What are the 5 types of vertebrates? fish, amphibians. reptiles, birds, and mamals
Name 3 types of invertebrates sponges, anthropods ?
How do plants get their food? the vascular tubes.
Describe inside of a stem long tubes that run up and down. Water taken in by the plant's moves up one.
What is vascular tissue? vascular tissue is the tubes that are in a plants stem.
Plants that have vascular tissues are called vascular plants true or false true
What do these vascular tubes allow plants to do? plants to move food and water around to where it is needed.
What do call plants that have no vascular tissue? nonvascular plants
Since nonvascular have no tissue, what can they not do? they can't grow tall.
How does a fungus get its food they absorb food from decaying or dead organisms in their environment.
Name two types of fungi corn smut and penicillin
describe what helpful fungi can do for you and the world? it can be used to make medicine
Describe what harmful fungi can do to you? they can cause diseases or allergies
How are bacteria different than other typical cells? they do not have a nucleus
What are the two types of bacteria and where are they each found? Ancient Bacteria are found in hot springs and salt water. True bactieria live on other organisms and cause diseases
How are protists different than bacteria? they have a nucleus in their cells.
How are they different than animal cells they have simple body structures and tey lack special tissue.
Give an example of a plant-like protist red brown and green algea
Name two examples of animal-like protists ameoba and paramecium
Give an example of a fungi-like protist slime mold
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