The protective and supportive layer of a plant cell
Controls what substances enter and leave the cell.
The control center of the cell.
Produces energy for the cell; referred to as the "powerhouse"
Structures inside the nucleus that contain instructions for the cell.
Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)
A maze of passageways that help move materials around the cell.
Folded membranes that receive, package, and distribute materials.
Green structures in a plant cell that capture sunlight to make food.
Gel-like fluid in the cell that holds all the organelles in place.
Break down materials and wastes for the cell.
Store materials for the cell.
This term refers to skin.
This prefix means "bone"
Nerve cells are called this.
These types of cells are meant for movement.
Blood is considered which level of organization?
Process of water diffusing from areas of high concentration to low concentration.
Process of small molecules moving from high concentration to low concentration.
Type of transport that requires no energy.
Type of transport that requires energy.
The process of the cell taking in very large particles.
The process of the cell getting rid of very large particles.
Compound that includes fats, oils, and waxes as examples.
Give the cell energy; examples include starches and sugars.
Compounds that provide structure and function for a cell; example is enzymes.
Compounds that contain instructions for the cell; examples include DNA and RNA.
The basic building block of life.
A group of similar cells working together.
A group of similar tissues working together.
A group of organs working together to perform a specific function.
A living thing that can perform all basic life functions.
The name for the cell membrane because it controls which substances can enter or leave the cell.
This prefix means "Green"
This prefix means "Cell"