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Cemistry of Life, Cell Structure & Function

DescriptionTerm
Cell process for taking in large material Phagocytosis
Act as long-term energy source Lipids
Shared electrons between two or more atoms Covalent bond
Molecule movement-doesn't require use of ATP Passive transport
Supplies short-term but quick energy Carbohydrates
Cell process that releases substances to the outside Exocytosis
Molecule movement-does require use of ATP Active transport
Attraction between negative and positive Ionic bond
Protein factories of the cell Ribosomes
Two or more different kinds of atoms bound together Compound
When one atom unites with another Chemical bonding
molecules that form ions when dissolved in water Electrolytes
An organelle that can produce ATP molecules Mitchondria
Endocytosis is what type of transport Active
Extension of a plasma membrane for movement Cillia
The erector spinae consist of how many branches of muscles on each side Three
Known as the energy currency of the cell ATP
The control center of a cell Nucleus
Created by: angelmom