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Can you name the following life science terms?

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Stacked, flattened membranes that sort proteins
Total of all chemical reactions in an organism
Organic compound that carries hereditary information
Positive charge in the nucleus in an atom
Used to treat bacterial infection
Reproductive process that produces sex cells
Takes 3 DNA bases to make this
Diffusion of water through a cell membrane
Least specific classification of an organism
Used to prevent virus infection
Neutral charge in the nucleus in an atom
Negative charge that is outside the nucleus of an atom
Most abundant element in the human body
Organic compound that builds cell structures
Necessary for chemical reactions to occur in the body
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A testable explanation or prediction for a phenomenon
Organic compound that stores energy
Organic compound that supplies energy
Organelle controls all of the activities of the cell
Small organelle which cells make their own proteins
Acronym for deoxyribonucleic acid
Cell process that the nucleus divides to form two identical nuclei
Permanent change in a gene of a cell, beneficial or harmful
Smallest unit of an organism
A strand of hereditary material that can infect and multiply in a host cell
Organelle that breaks down food and releases energy
Movement of molecules from areas where there are more of them to where there are less
Joining of an egg and sperm
Most specific classification of an organism
Structure in the nucleus that contains hereditary material

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