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CELLS
THE BASIC UNITS OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF LIVING THINGS
ORGANELLES
THE STRUCTURES THAT MAKE UP A CELL
CELL THEORY
ALL LIVING THINGS ARE MADE OF CELLS/CELLS ARE THE BASIC UNITS OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN LIVING THINGS/LIVING CELLS COME ONLY FROM OTHER LIVING THINGS
THE STRUCTURES WITHIN A CELL
PROVIDE PROTECTION AND SUPPORT, FORMING A BARRIER
BETWEEN THE CELL AND IT'S ENVIRONMENT, BUILDING AND REPAIRING CELL PARTS, TRANSPORTING MATERIALS, STORING AND RELEASING ENERGY, GETTING RID OF WASTE AND INCREASING IN NUMBER
CELL WALL
OUTERMOST BOUNDARY OF THE CELL- MADE OF CELLULOSE
CELL MEMBRANE
THIN, FLEXIBLE ENVELOPE THAT SURROUNDS THE CELL ADN ALLOWS PASSAGE OF MATERIALS INTO AND OUT OF THE CELL
NUCLEUS
CELL STRUCTURE THAT DIRECTS ALL OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE CELL
NUCLEAR MEMBRANE
SIMILAR TO THE CELL MEMBRANE- ALLOWS MATERIALS TO PASS IN OR OUT OF THE NUCLEUS
CHROMOSOMES
ROD SHAPED CELL STRUCTURES THAT DIRECT THE ACTIVITIES OF THE CELL AND PASSES ON THE TRAITS OF A CELL TO NEW CELLS
NUCLEOLUS
"LITTLE NUCLEUS" SITE OF RIBOSOME PRODUCTION
CYTOPLASM
REGION BETWEEN THE CELL MEMBRANE AND THE NUCLEOUS
ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM
TUBULAR PASSAGEWAYS IN THE CELL THRU WHICH SUBSTANCES SUCH AS PROTEINS ARE TRANSPORTED
RIBOSOMES
PROTEIN MAKING SITE OF THE CELL
MITOCHONDRIA
POWERHOUSE OF THE CELL- CELLULAR RESPIRATION OCCURS
VACUOLE
LARGE, ROUND SAC IN THE CYTOPLASM OF A CELL THAT STORES WATER, FOOD, ENZYMES AND OTHER MATERIALS
LYSOSOME
SMALL ROUND STRUCTURE IN A CELL INVOLVED IN THE DIGESTIVE ACTIVITIES OF THE CELL
CHLOROPLASTS
CELL ORGANELLE CONTAINING CHLOROPHYLL THAT IS INVOLVED IN THE PROCESS OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS
DIVISION OF LABOR
DIVISION OF WORK AMONG THE DIFFERENT PARTS OF AN ORGANISM'S BODY THAT KEEPS AN ORGANISM ALIVE
TISSUE
GROUP OF SIMILAR CELLS THAT PERFORM A SPECIAL FUNCTION IN AN ORGANISM

THE SECOND LEVEL
ORGAN
A GROUP OF DIFFERENT TISSUES WORKING TOGETHER

THE THIRD LEVEL
ORGAN SYSTEM
A GROUP OF ORGANS THAT WORK TOGETHER TO PERFORM A SPECIAL FUNCTION

THE FOURTH LEVEL
ORGANISM
AN ENTIRE LIVING THING THAT CARRIES OUT ALL THE BASIC LIVING FUNCTIONS

THE FIFTH LEVEL
OUTER BARRIER OF A PLANT CELL
CELL WALL
OUTER BARRIER OF AN ANIMAL CELL
CELL MEMBRANE