1. protects the cell 2. helps give the cell its shape 3. controls what enter and leaves the cell 4. helps keep the cell material together
life functions occur within the cytoplasm
1. contains cell genetic material 2. directs the activities of the cell
separates the nucleus from the rest of the cell
can store water and other substances
break down sugar and release energy... known as cellular respiration
make and store protein
used for moving materials within the cell
found in single cell organisms like bacteria
found in plant, fungi, animal and protist cells
found only in plant cell
1. found only in plant cell 2. gives shape and support to the plant cells
breaks down food material for consumption by the cell
sort proteins and other cellular materials in order to store and release vital chemicals
examples: plant cell and animal cell
a group of similar cells working together to perform a specific function
makes up the skin and lining of the stomach
makes up the heart as well as the muscles attached to bones and other parts of the body (like the stomach and blood vessels)
makes up the brain and spinal cord
found in bones, fat, cartilage and blood
examples: lung and heart
examples: respiratory system, and circulatory system
examples: nucleus, mitochondria, ribosomes
example: human, tree
*** This is a form of "oxidation" in living organisms
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