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Vocabulary Review. Cells. Smallest Unit of Life. CELL. First to use a simple microscope to draw cork cells from dead plants. ROBERT HOOKE. First person to see and draw living cells. LEEUWENHOEK. Idea that all living things are made of cells. CELL THEORY. What new cells come from.

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What new cells come from dead plants

EXISTING CELLS







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Fluid making up the cytoplasm nuclear membrane

CYTOSOL



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Genetic material of a cell nuclear membrane

DNA


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The phospholipid heads that attract water nuclear membrane

HYDROPHILIC







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Organisms composed of more than one cell nuclear membrane

MULTICELLULAR







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Proteins embedded in the cell membrane membrane

INTEGRAL PROTEINS






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Openings in the nuclear envelope membrane

NUCLEAR PORES




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Site of cellular respiration polypeptide chain

MITOCHONDRIA


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Unattached ribosomes in the cytoplasm polypeptide chain

FREE RIBOSOMES



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Proteins attached only to one side of the cell membrane polypeptide chain

PERIPHERAL PROTEINS


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System of membranes and tubes in the cytoplasm connecting the nuclear membrane to the cell membrane

ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM


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ER with ribosomes attached to its surface the nuclear membrane to the cell membrane

ROUGH ER


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System of flattened sacs that modify and package proteins the nuclear membrane to the cell membrane

GOLGI




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Made of microtubules and microfilaments to give support to cells and move organelles

CYTOSKELETON


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Organelle made of microtubules in animal cells that helps form the spindle for cell division

CENTRIOLES


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Short, hair-like structures that help some cells move form the spindle for cell division

CILIA


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Made of cellulose and surrounds the outside of plant cells form the spindle for cell division

CELL WALL


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Organelle that contains pigments in plant cells form the spindle for cell division

PLASTID




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