Chapter 2: Cells
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membrane-bound structures found inside a cell
group of cells that work together to do one job
made of different types of tissue that work together
single celled and grow in size and perform all life functions on their own.
many cells that grow in number of cells and work with other cells to perform life functions.
bacteria cells, no nucleus, unicellular, have DNA, smaller than eukaryotic cells
plant and animal cells, has a nucleus, unicellular or multicellular, have DNA, larger than prokaryotic cells
has a cell wall and chlorplast
a microscope that uses an eyepiece and objective lens to magnify objects
a microscope that focuses a beam of electrons to magnify objects
all organisms are made up of one or more cell, the cell is the basic unit of organization in organisms, all cells come from cells.
when a virus enters a cell and is active, it causes the host cell to make new viruses and destroys the host cell.
when a virus enters a cell and becomes part of the cell's hereditary material and can be around for many years.
temporary storage of water and waste in cells
protective layer around all cells that lets materials in and out
where energy in food is stored
protects plant cells and provides strength
control center of the cell
jellylike material inside the cell membrane