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Which organelle converts chemical energy (stored in food) into compounds that are more convenient for the cell to use. mitochondrion. -First discovered in 1600s -contain a huge array of working parts -can be found in pond water what is it?. A cell.

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Which organelle converts chemical energy (stored in food) into compounds that are more convenient for the cell to use

mitochondrion


-First discovered in 1600s into compounds that are more convenient for the cell to use-contain a huge array of working parts-can be found in pond waterwhat is it?

A cell


Type of microscope that can reveal details 1000 times smaller than those in a light microscope

Type of microscope that can reveal details 1000 times smaller than those in a light microscope

electron


Come in diff shapes and sizes some have a nucleus and some don t what is it

-come in diff. shapes and sizes smaller than those in a light microscope-some have a nucleus and some don’tWhat is it???

A cell


A nucleus

-has a nucleolus (to make ribosomes) smaller than those in a light microscope-codes for instructions to make a proteinsurrounded by a nuclear envelope (lets things in and out)what is it?

A nucleus


An outer part of the cell that is more rigid

An outer part of the cell that is more rigid smaller than those in a light microscope

Cell wall


These are always moving and colliding with one another results in diffusion

These are always moving and colliding with one another smaller than those in a light microscope(results in diffusion)

Molecules (particles)


Large particles being brought into the cell picture on board

Large particles being brought into the cell smaller than those in a light microscope(picture on board)

endocytosis