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Unite 3: Cells

Biology chapter 7: A view of a cell
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State 3 parts of the Cell Theory
1. All living things are composed of one or more cells. 2. The cell is the basic unit of organization of organisms 3. All cell come from pre-existing cells
Prokaryotes
are much simpler and usually smaller cells. Don't have a nucleus
Eukaryotes
have a nucleus and are members of the protist, fungi, plant and animal kingdoms
Protist
members of the kingdom monera
Kingdom Monera
made up of blue-green algae and bacteria
how does the plasma membrane maintain homeostasis?
Allows some molecules to pass through and keep others out
What is selective permeability?
a differentially-permeable membrane
Cell Wall
a second membrane for a plant cell only
Nuleolus
region within the nucleus, it produces ribosomes
Nucleus
contains cell DNA
Ribosomes
make protein for the cell
Cytoplasm
gel-like material inside the cell that contains water and nutrients
Endoplasmic Reticulum
moves materials around in the cell
Golgi Apparatus
used for packing and secreting
Vacuole
storage areas for the cell
Lysosomes
chemicals used to digest waste
Chloroplast
contains chlorophyll that makes food for plant cell
Mitochondria
break down food and release energy to the cell
Cytoskeleton
provides support for organelle and is important in cell locomotion
Cilia and Flagella
composed of molecules