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Cell Crossword 2

TEACHER: G. PEYTON JENKINS
Across
Kingdom protista, a group of eukaryotic single celled (sometimes colonial) organisms. includes: Volvox, Paramecium, Amoeba, and Euglena. Categorized by how they move
A green, single-celled aquatic organism that forms small, free-swimming spherical colonies.
Tiny microscopic hairlike structures that help certain cells move
An individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form
Paramecium use their cilia to sweep their food into this opening of the cell.
Provides structure to the plant cell
Organized genetic material found in the nucleus of most living cells
The cells produced when one cell goes through cell division
A gel like material inside the cell; it contains water and nutrients for the cell
A whip-like structure that helps many protists to move
Separates the nucleus from the cytoplasm
A light-sensitive pigmented spot in an organism
The building block of all living organisms
A single-celled animal that catches food and moves by extending fingerlike projections of cytoplasm (Pseudopods).
A specialized structure within a cell
Contain chlorophyll that make food for the plant cell
The ability or tendency to keep things the same inside an organism despite environmental changes
Down
A visible cluster of microorganisms or single cells.
Break down food and release energy to the cell
A slipper shaped protist found in lakes, ponds and puddles. moves by cilia and consumes bacteria and other microorganisms through an oral groove
Storage areas for the cell
Deoxyribonucleic acid, the carrier of genetic information, makes up chromosomes
Directs the activity of a cell; it contains chromosomes with the DNA
A scientific theory which describes the properties of cells
Process by which food is produced from carbon dioxide, water and sunlight
An organism that must consume food in order to survive
Forms the outer boundary of the cell and allows only certain materials to move into or out of the cell
An organism made of one or many cells in which the genetic material (DNA as chromosomes) is contained within a nuclear membrane
An organism that is able to make its own food from simple substances
A green, single-celled, freshwater organism with a flagellum, sometimes forming a green scum on stagnant water.
(false feet) An extension of the cytoplasm of an amoeboid cell that helps it move