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spontaneous generation controls all activities of the cell--known as the brain of the cell
euglena holds up the anther
stamen the theory that livng things could arise from non-living matter
chlorophyll sugar produced during photosynthesis
pollen tube type of reproduction involving the uniting of a sperm and egg
nucleus the organelles function to transport proteins and other materials from one part of the cell to another
sepal how a bacteriaphage attaches to a bacterium
spores these make-up the top layer of food-making cells
pistil this forms when the pollen grain lands on the stigma and is how the sperm gets to the ovary to fertilize the egg
cytoplasm provide the cell with energy and are known as the "Powerhouse" of the cell
pollination an offspring created from a piece of the parent, a bud, or when a cell splits into 2 new cells
cell membrane organelles which function to receive, package, and send out proteins within the cell
filament scientist credited with disproving the theory that living things could come from non-living material
pseudopod protects a bud of a plant
egg specialized plant tissue which transports water and minerals to the leaf for photosynthesis
carbon dioxide stores water and other substances inside the cell
axon the sugar that makes up the cell wall
tail fibers contains a larger vacuole, chloroplasts,
vacuole non-living but contains DNA
sexual reproduction when 2 or more organisms live together and both organisms benefit from the relationship and neither organism is harmed
palisade layer most simple of living things
lysosomes absorbs light energy to begin a chemical reaction called photosynthesis
asexual reproduction has pores and allows certain substances to move in and out of the cell
water and carbon dioxide produce the proteins needed by the cell
cilia these regulate the opening and closing of stomata
plant cell false foot
sperm the "sticky" structure of the female reproductive organ of a flower which "catches" pollen grains
transpiration the struggle among organisms to survive
guard cell contains DNA and are how ferns reproduce
mutualism this refers to the structures that are on the inside of a cell
nerve cell study of
bacteriaphage sends and receives messages in organisms
mitochondria a virus which invades a bacterial cell
competition protozoan which moves by using pseudopods
Redi cells whose DNA is inside a nucleus
ology raw materials of photosynthesis
eukaryote structure which allows a euglena and sperm to move
xylem functions to attract pollinators
flagellum tiny hair-like structures which line our lungs and noses and also help Paremecia move
cellulose the transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma
mesophyll male sex cell
stomata type of protist which contains chloroplasts and moves
homeostasis the 2 layers of food-making cells inside a leaf
organelles the ability of an organism to maintain fairly constant internal conditions, even when the external environment changes
petal structure of a nerve cell that functions to send messages throughout the body
fertilization the female reproductive organ of a flower
stigma organelles "float" inside this jelly-like substance
glucose the process of the sperm and egg unititng
bacteria the loss of water from a leaf
twenty three a waxy layer on the top of a leaf whcih prevents water loss
amoeba openings on the leaf which allow carbon dioxide to enter the leaf and oxygen to exit the leaf
endoplasmic reticulum the male reproductive organ of a flower
zygote the waste material released from a leaf during the process of photosynthesis
cuticle organelles which contain chemicals that break down food particles and worn out cell parts, these are known as the "clean-up" parts of the cell
oxygen a gas needed by a plant to begin photosynthesis
bio a fertilized egg
virus living
ribosomes number of pairs of chromosomes in humans
golgi bodies female sex cell
dendrite part of a nerve cell which receives messages throughout the body

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