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Cell Structure

The model of the cell that states that cells make up all living things, come from preexisting cells, and perform the functions of living things.
The organelle in eukaryotic cells that makes most of the cell's ATP.
The molecule that contains important information for making proteins and helps regulate many cellular processes.
The structure that surrounds all cells and regulates what comes in and goes out.
A small organelle in eukaryotic cells that act as the demolition crew within a cell.
The molecule that a cell uses to power many processes in the cell that need chemical energy.
A slimy layer surrounding some bacteria that protects them from harmful substances and prevents their drying out.
A special cell that divides and matures into any type of cell needed by the body.
The difference in the number of a certain type of molecule on each side of a membrane.
A protein that speeds up or slows down chemical reactions.
Several types of long, thin fibers anchored to various parts of the cell that help the cell maintain and change its shape.
The movement of molecules across a membrane without the cell doing any work, as in osmosis and diffusion.
A whip-like structure that some cells use to propel themselves through their environment.
The organelle in eukaryotic cells that modifies many proteins and packages them into small, bubble-like structures called vesicles.
The usually membrane-surrounded structures in a eukaryotic cell that perform special functions.
A structure that contains a cell's DNA.
A network of tubes in eukaryotic cells that help produce and transport proteins and other molecules throughout the cell.
A group of tissues that work together.
The process by which a plant uses energy from the sun to turn carbon dioxide and water into the sugar glucose.
The process in organisms of breaking down molecules to produce ATP.
The movement of molecules across a membrane that requires the cell to do work.
The movement of water across a semipermeable membrane.
A rigid structure that surrounds and protects some cells.
An organism that can make its own food, typically through photosynthesis.
A group of similar cells that work together.
A small structure that assembles proteins found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.