the basic unit of structure and function in living organisms.
a set of ideas that defines the cell as the basic unit of all living organisms and explains that the structures of a cell determine that cell's function. It also states that all cells come from pre-existing cells.
the ability of an organism and its individual cells to maintain a stable internal environment
an organelle that contains DNA and is important in both cell division as well as protein synthesis
an organelle used during cellular respiration that converts glucose into useable energy (ATP) for a cell
a green organelle that contains chlorophyll which helps convert sunlight into sugar during photosynthesis
a selectively permeable membrane that surrounds cells and allows certain materials to move into and out of the cell
a rigid structure made of cellulose that protects certain types of cells and allows them to maintain their shape.
an organelle in the cytoplasm where proteins are made
protein rich fluid inside a cell where many chemical reactions take place
a cell that lacks a nucleus and organelles - ie bacteria
cell with a nucleus and other organelles - ie plant, animal, fungus, protist
a cellular structure surrounded by a membrane bound in Eukaryotic cells