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Cells

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The smallest unit of life Cell
group of cells working together Tissue
group of tissues working together organ
Living thing that is made of cells organism
tiny parts of the cell that each have a specific function organelle
cell that has DNA enclosed in the nucleus (complex) eukaryotic
cell that has DNA but no nucleus (simple) prokaryotic
organism with only one cell unicellular
organism made up of more than one cell multicellular
part of the cell that contains DNA nucleus
specific organization of a cell to provide a specific function (ex: Red Blood cell) specialization
lets things in and out of the cell cell membrane
protection , shape & structure cell wall
controls the cell , contains DNA Nucleus
protects nucleus & lets things in and out of nucleus nuclear membrane
stores waste , nutrients & water vacuole
gel that holds all the organelles (water) cytoplasm
packages protein golgi bodies
make protiens (where RNA makes amino acids) Ribosomes
carries proteins around cell endo-plasmic reticulum
energy (site of cellular respiration) mitochondria
make glucose from photosynthesis chloroplast
chemicals for cellular digestion lysosomes
Created by: averyal