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13 Cards in this Set

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each part of he cell with a specific job to do
a photograph of the view through a microscope
cell theory
generalization that all living things are composed of cells, and that cells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things.
houses the cells genetic material in the form of dna
plasma membrane
defines the boundries of the cell regulates the traffic chemicals between the cell it souroundings
contains the part that make up organelles called ribosomes
nucleus contains a ball like mass of fibers
which consistes of various organelles suspended in a fluid
cell wall
protects the plant cell and maintains its shape
prokargotic cell
lacks a nucleus and most other organelles
eukargotic cell
has a nucleus surrounded by its own membrane and has other interval organelles bounded by membranes
phospholipid bilayer
a phospholious form tow-layer "sandwhich" of molecules
nuclear evelope
a pair of membranes surouneds the nucleus
organelles work as protien
are clusters of protiens are nucleic acids assomble from components