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Introduction to Cells and Cell Structures Vocab
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cells with no nucleus
cells with nucleus
common unicellular, prokaryotic (no nucleus) cell
cell that has a nucleus, cell membrane, small vacuoles
cell that has a nucleus, cell wall, chloroplasts, and large vacuole
tiny structures (things with special jobs) with each cell
parts with special jobs
cell center that holds DNA
more than one cell
a group that unicellular organisms live in together; bacteria is an example
organelle in a plant that processes (changes) sunlight into food
organelle that holds water within the cell
organelle that process energy within the cell
the jello like stuff that holds all organelles in place
the "skin" of a cell everything inside and unwanted things outside; bacteria, animals, plants all have it
a stronger wall on the outside of the cell membrane; in plants and bacteria
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