the study of the human body, all its parts, and how it"s put together.
the study of how all the systems of the body work
the organelles inside a cell that give the cell power
DNA is packaged into units called _________________. Your body has 46 of these units.
What we call it when cells begin to become different from the original cell.
RNA (Ribonucleic acid ) .
The DNA's messenger, which copies part of the information that is in the DNA and then leaves the nucleus
the wall around the cell
Tiny organisms (such as those sometimes found in pigs)
A group of tissues that work together to form a special body function.
A group of cells of the same type
The jelly-like substance within a cell in which all the organelles float.
The organelles that look like stacked pancakes and store proteins and fats.
Organelles that protect the cell from foreign invaders and and break down chemicals.
Small structures within a cell. The word means "little organs". Also referred to as "Cell appliances". Generic term referring to small structures.
These are strung together to make a gene.
The membrane that surrounds the nucleus.
The idea that living things can spring from non-living things.
REfers to the Endoplasmic reticulum which transports chemicals and gets rid of waste in a cell