RYAN KOWASH

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VIRUS

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BACTERIA

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ARCHEA


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Virus- Is a microscopic particle that gets inside the cell and often destroys it.They cause diseases such as the common cold and the flu.

Bacteria- Are made up of prokaryotes, they have a cell wall usually, and they us cell division. You can find bacteria in soil, water, and in the human body.


Archaea- Archaea live in the most harsh conditions in the world. They are known as extremofiles because they love hot water and salt. They are very similar to bacteria but have different ribosome structure and tend to be extremophiles.

Cells- Is the smallest unit of life that can perform all life processes. The cell is covered by the cell membrane and contains the DNA.

Organelles- Perform a specific function . They are in the cytoplasm. Different kinds of cell have different kinds of organelles.



ANIMAL CELL


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Nucleus- organelle that contains the cells DNA and is the control center of the cell.

Cytoskeleton- A web of protein in the cytoplasm.

Mitochondria- The cell organelle that is surrounded by two membranes and is the site of cellular resperation.

Cell Membrane- A protective barrier that protects the cell wall.

Cytoplasm- The liquid inside the cell.

Ribosome- 2 amino acids are hooked together to make protein.

Gogli complex- Distributes the protein.

Lysosome- the organelle that digests food particles , wastes , cell parts , and foreign invader.


PLANT CELL

Gogli complex- Organ


elle that processes

proteins and other materials out of the cell.

Chloroplast- Organelle that uses the energy of sunlight to make food.

Endoplasmic Raticulum- Is a system of membranes in which proteins, liquids, and other materials are made. PLANT CELL

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Nucleus- Is a large organelle in the Eukarote cycle.

Cell wall- Protects the cell.

Cell membrane- A protective barrier that surrounds the cell wall.

Cytoplasm- The liquid inside the cell.

Mitochondria- An organelle were sugar is broken down into energy.

Ribosome- Organelle in which amino acids are hooked together to make protein.

Large central Vacuale- Organelle were water is stored and other materials.

Cells- Is the smallest unit of life that can perform all life processes. The cell is covered by the cell membrane and contains the DNA.


Organelles- Perform a specific function . They are in the cytoplasm. Different kinds of cell have different kinds of organelles.

Eukaryote = is the single celled multicellular. is also in plants, animals, & fungi, but not archaria or bacteria. It is the largest cell in the cell family. It holds DNA.

Cells- Is the smallest unit of life that can perform all life processes. The cell is covered by the cell membrane and contains the DNA.

This is a picture of the Mitosis cell.

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Mitosis-Mitosis is the process in which a eukaryotic cell separates the chromosomes in its cell nucleus into two identical sets in two daughter nuclei.



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Photo micrograph of a leaf.



Nonvascular plant: The three groups of plants that lack the specialized conducting tissues and true roots, stems, and leaves.

Photosynthisis: The process by plants,algea, and some bacteria use sunlight carbon dioxide and water to make food.

Pollen: the tiny granules that contain the male gametophyte of seed plants.

Pollonation: the transfer of pollen fromt he male reproductive structure tures to the female structure of the seed plants.

Vascular plant: a plant that has specialized tissues that conduct materials from one part of the plant to the other.

gynosperm: a woody vascular seed plant whose seeds are not enclosed by an ovary or fruit.

angiosperm: A flowering plant that produces seeds within a fruit.

rhizoid: A rootlike structure in a non vascular plant that hold the plants in place and helps plants get water and nutrients.

rhimzome: a horizontal undergroud stem that produces new leaves,shoots, and roots.
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xylem: the type of tissue in the vascular plants that provide support and conducts water and nutrients from the roots.

phloem: the tissue that conducts food in vascular plants.


Parts of a flower

Sepal: in a flower one of the outermost rings of modified leaves that protect the flower bud.

petal: one of the ring or rings of the usually brightly colored leaf shaped parts of a flower.

Stamen: the male reproductive structure of a flower that produces pollen and consists of an anther at the tip of the filament.

pistil: the female reproductive part of a flower that produces seeds and consists of an ovary style and stigma.

ovary: in flowering plants the lower part of the pistil that produces eggs in the ovules.















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