Chapter 4 - Cell Parts

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The control center of the cell
 
The site where chemical reactions take place in the cell
 
This organelle contains its own DNA and is the powerhouse of the cell
 
This organelle exports proteins in the cell
 
This organelle contains hydrolytic enzymes to digest old organelles, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, DNA, RNA, viruses, bacteria
 
Hollow protein tubules that aid in cell support and forming spindle fibers
 
Hair-like organelles used for movement
 
Modifies proteins for export (package,processes, and secretes)
 
Made of actin and aids in cell movement and muscle contractions
 
This organelle is involved with synthesis of steroids (gland cells), regulate calcium levels in muscle cells, breaks down toxic substances in the liver
 
Made of protein and RNA. Both Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes have this organelle.
 
Type of protein that forms channels for substances to pass through the cell membrane
 
Controls what enters and leaves the cell
 
All living things are compsed up of cells. Cells are the basic unit of strucutre and function. All cells come from other cells.
 
What scientist hypothesized all animals were made of cells
 
Who was the first to see living cells?
 
Who discovered and name cells?
 
Who discovered all cells come from other cells?
 
Cell shape reflects the cells_________?
 
Who discovered the nucleus?
 
Cell component performing a specific function
 
Who said all plants came from cells?
 
Stores water, enzymes, and wastes
 
Who discovered protoplasm?
 
Fine strands of DNA
 
Colorless plastid that stores starch
 
Part of the cell wall made of pectin
 
Forms spindle fibers, aids in cell division, and only found in animal cells
 
Made of cellulose and supports and protects plant cells
 
Organism that lacks membrane bound nucleus & organelles
 
Groups of cells that carry out a specific function
 
Pigments for orange and yellow color fruit, flowers, leaves
 
Group of organs interacting to do a specific job
 
Proteins on interior and exterior surface of the cell membrane
 
Several tissues interacting to do a specific job
 
Organisms with cell with membrane bound nucleus & organelles
 
Contain chlorophyll (green) for photosynthesis
 
Why are cells limited by their size?
 

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