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Study of Life Science

Multicellular More than one cell
Unicellular Only one cell
Photosynthesis A process in which sunlight is converted to energy
Chromatin the combination of DNA and proteins that make up the contents of the nucleus of a cell (location of DNA in Eukaryote
Eukaryote Multi-cellular, regular cell
Prokaryiote Uni-cellular bacteria; doesn't have a nucleaus or organelles
Spontaneous Origin Life developed by itself through natural chemical and physical processes
Extraterrestrial Origin Life originated outside of earth and was brought here by an asteroid or meteor
Devine Origin Life that was put on earth by a divine force or creator
Primordial Soup The earth was covered by great seas which contained large amounts of organic molecules; support of spontaneous origin. (Urui & Miller)
Cell Wall Protects & supports
Cell Membrane Lets things in and out of a cell
Ribosomes Provides protein to the cell
Chloroplasts Converts sunlight into energy (photosynthesis)
Flagella Used to move cells around
Cytoplasm consists of all of the contents outside of the nucleus and enclosed within the cell membrane of a cell. The cytoplasm is clear in color and has a gel-like appearance; helps to move materials around the cell and also dissolves cellular wast
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