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The smallest unit in living things that can still be considered alive. The basic unit of organization in living things.
Organic compound that serves as a building block for living things, speeds up reactions as a catalyst.
Organic compound that stores energy, helps form the cell membrane, provides insulation and protection.
This organelle controls most of the cell's functions, stores DNA, and contains the instructions for making proteins.
This organelle stores water and other nutrients and is much larger in a plant cell than in an animal cell.
This organelle converts the energy from the sun into oxygen and sugars. It is also only found in plant cells.
The flexible boundary of plant and animal cells that allows materials in and out of the cell.
Movement of materials through the cell membrane from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration.
The process that uses sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and glucose.
The process that converts Oxygen and Glucose into Carbon Dioxide, Water and ATP.
Uses oxygen as a part of cellular respiration. Releases the greatest amount of energy.
Cells which have a nucleus, are larger, more complex and contain membrane bound organelles.
Cells which have no nucleus, are smaller, less complex and have no membrane bound organelles.
Process during Meiosis which helps to increase the genetic variability of daughter cells.
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