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cell
the basic unit of structure and function of all living things
cell membrane
a thin covering that encloses a cell and holds it's parts together
neucleus
the neucleus controls the cells activities,like the brain of the cell
Cytoplasm
a jelly like substants that has many chemicals to keep the cell functioning
How do plant cells and animal cellc differ?
they differ because a plant cell has a cell wall and chlorplats and an animal doesnt have those two things
diffusion
particles of a substants moves from one place where tere is a lot of subsyants to where there isn't much f the substants
osmosis
the movment of water and dissolved materials thourgh cell membanes are given a special name......
osmosis
the movment of water and dissolved materials thourgh cell membanes are given a special name......
how does aCTVE TRANSPORT DIFFER FROM PASSIVE TRANSPORT?
passive transport doesnt take any energy and active transport does take energy
organ
when tissues work together to form a ....
tissue
cells that work together to perform a specific function
tissue
cells that work together to perform a specific function
system
when organs work together to form a .....
cappillaries
blood vessels so small that blood cells have to move single file through them
plasma
the liquid part of blood
alveoli
At the ends of the smallest tubes are tiny air sacks called.....
villi
little projections sticking out of the small intestine, into he blood
What is the 3 types of cell waste?
crbon dioxide and ammonia
nephrons
tubes
bone marrow
a type of connective tissue that produces red and white blood cells
what are the 3 layers of bones?
the outer protective membrane,a layer of hard materials, and the soft center containing bone marrow
joints
where bones meet
tendons
tough bands of conntective tissue
ligaments
bands of connective tissue that holds the skeleten together
what are the 3 types of muscles?
voluntary, smooth and cardiac
neuron
a specailized cell that can transmit and recieve signals to other neurons
receptors
nerve cells that can detect conditions in the bodys envierment
synapse
a gap between neuons