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Prokaryote
a cell that DOES NOT have a nucleus
Eukaryote
a cell that DOES have a nucleus
Cell Membrane
the boundary of a cell, some cells have a cell wall around the outside of the membrane, others do not, ALL CELLS HAVE CELL MEMBRANES
Cytoplasm
the jelly-like substance inside the cell membrane that holds organelles
Nucleus
the organelle inside of a cell that holds the genetic material for the cell, known as the control center of the cell
Archeabacteria
the ancient bacteria found in very extreme locations such as geysers and thermal vents in the ocean floor
Eubacteria
common bacteria, unicellular prokaryotes
Animal-like Protists
unicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes that have flagella, cilia, and other animal like features
Plant-like Protists
unicellular, autotrophic eukaryotes that contain chlorophyll and use sunlight to make food and oxygen
Fungus-like Protists
unicellular, heterotrophic eukaryotes that break down organic matter