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Cells Grade 5 VA

Cells Grade 5 VA MR. G. 878207 mles

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1. The smallest unit of living matter that can carry out the basic processes of life cell (Célula)
2. A general term for all the cell structures that work together to perform cell processes organelle
3. The layer around the outside of a cell that controls what gets in and out cell membrane
4. The gel like substance that fills a cell, it protects the cell structures cytoplasm
5. The control center of the cell nucleus
6. Structures within a cell that break down food and turn it into energy mitochondria
7. A cell structure used for storage, larger in plants than animals vacuole
8. A stiff layer around the outside of plant cells that protects the cells, not found in animal cells cell wall
9. Green structures inside plant cells that turns sunlight into food, mostly found in leaves, contains chlorophyll chloroplast
10. A) A tool that magnifies objects B) A tool to see far away objects A. microscope B. telescope A.
11. Made up of only one cell Unicellular, single celled, Morans are all single celled (mono = one)
12. An individual living thing organism (organismo)
13. Made up of more that one cell multicellular
14. A group of tissues that work together to perform a specific bodily function organ -examples: muscle, stomach, heart
15. A group of organs that work together to perform a specific bodily function - example digestive system system
16. What is the name of the chemical inside of chloroplasts that turn light into energy? chlorophyll
17. The ability to react to changes in the environment (surroundings) response, react
18. Breaking down food into energy respiration
19. The removal of waste excretion
20. A group of similar cells that do the same job in an organism- example muscle tissues
21. What are some differences between plant an animal cells? Plant cells have choloplasts, and cell walls, animal cells do not - Plant cells have only one large vacuole - Plant cells tend to be squarish, animal cells roundish
22. Make a functional analogy of a cell including all its parts example - a cell is like a factory, it produces something
23. Know the differences between plant and animal cells list at least 3 differences
24. I cell is to living things like a ______ is to non-living things atom Copyright © 2012 S Gissendanner Free for personal and classroom use
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