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The organelle that is considered "The Brain" of the cell

Nucleus 

100

This organelle stores water, waste and nutrients in the cell

Vacuole

100

This organelle directs all activities in the cell.

Nucleus

100

What are the three jobs of the cell membrane?

Give the cell its shape, protects the cell, and controls movement of materials in and out of the cell

100

This organelle is also known as "The Powerhouse"

Mitochondria

200

This organelle is responsible for the energy production of the cell

Mitochondria

200

This organelle is also known as "The Kitchen."

Chloroplasts

200

This organelle gives the plant cell its shape and provides structure

Cell Wall

200

DNA can be found in this.

The Nucleus

200

What are the three differences between plant and animal cells

Plants have cell wall, chloroplasts and one large vacuole. 

300

The Jelly-like substance where the organelles live in the cell

Cytoplasm

300

This organelle is responsible for allowing certain particles in and out of the cell.

Cell Membrane

300

These are coiled threads of DNA that contain hereditary information stored in the nucleus

Chromosomes

300

Takes up to 40 - 80 percent of a plant cell. 

Vacuole

300

What are the three principles of cell theory

  • all living things are made up of one or more cells
  • cells are the basic units of structure in living things, and cells carry on all life processes
  • cells only come from other living cells.
400

The organelle that is responsible for capturing sunlight and converting it to food

Chloroplasts

400

Provides a rigid structure for plant cells

Call Wall

400

Results in genetically different off spring

Sexual Reproduction 

400

Basic unit of structure and function in an organism

Cell

400

Results in genetically identical offspring

Sexual Reproduction

500

The definition of heredity is...

The passing of genetic information from one generation to the next. 

500

Budding, fission, and fragmentation are all examples of

Asexual reproduction

500

Chromosomes are located here

Nucleus

500

A group of organs working together. 

Organ System

500

Similar cells joined together.  

Tissues

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