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Adrinal gland
gland that releases adrenaline
part of the endocrine system
blood stream
carries back cell waste

carries nutrients and oxygen to the cells
budding
asexual reproduction

one organism duplicates itself and breaks off to form a new organism
chlorophyll
organelles where photosynethsis takes place

makes plants green
classes
kingdom
phylum
class
order
family
genus
species
diffusion
when things move and spread out
endocrine system
releases hormones from glands to the body
eukaryote
more complex

have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles
prokaryotes
more simple

don't have a nucleus or membrane bound organelles
execretory system
body releases wastes
feed back mechanism
how the body goes back to homeostasis

body sweating to cool you off
germanate
when plant begins to grow out of the seed
hormone
chemicals that send signals to your body
insulin
hormone that helps the body break down glucose
kidney
part of execretory system

filter out the liquid in your body
metabolism
the break down of food into energy
nervous system
sends messages to your body to tell you to do or feel things
nucleus
where dna is located

brains of the cell

messgae center of the cell
organelles
little parts that make up the cell
ovary
where the eggs are stored and developed
pancreas
organ that releases insulin
xylum
vascular tissue that tansports water throughout a plant
regeneration
when a part of an organism can grow back once it is cut off
vascular
blood vessels

xylum and phloum