Science Ch. 10
genetic material that carries information about an organism and is passed from parent to offspring.
process by which cells capture the energy in sunlight and convert it to energy stored in food.
a instrument that makes smaller objects look larger.
maintenance of internal stable conditions that are necessary for life functions.
|tissue||similar cells that work together and perform a specific function.|
|Cell Theory||widely accpeted explanation of the relationship between cells and living things.|
smallest part of a compound.
contains only 1 cell.
|compound||form from 2 or more elements.|
|element||any substance that can not be broken down into simpler substances.|
the basic unit of structure and function in living things.
|Cellular Respiration|| |
cells break down glucose molecules in the presence of oxygen releasing energy.
example- your brain. made of different kinds of tissues that function together.
|atom||the smallest unit of an element.|
|Multicellular||made of many cells.|
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