Cells

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cells
is the basic structural, functional, and biological unit of all known living organisms
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animal cells
cell surface membrane, cytoplasm, and a nucleus
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plant cells
cell surface membrane, cytoplasm, a nucleus, a cellulose cell wall, a vacuole and may have chloroplasts
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equation between magnification, measured and actual
magnification = measured length / actual length
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secretory vesicles
containing cell products such as hormones or enzymes
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cytoplasm
the material or protoplasm within a living cell, excluding the nucleus
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vacuole
a space or vesicle within the cytoplasm of a cell, enclosed by a membrane and typically containing water which is necessary to provide turgor pressure and may store ions and molecules
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cell surface membrane
surrounds the cytoplasm and controls the entry and exit of dissolved substances and separates the cell's contents from its surroundings
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nucleus
contains the genetic materials
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glycogen
the storage form of carbohydrates in animal cells
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starch
is the storage form of carbohydrates in plant cells
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chloroplasts
contain the pigment chlorophyll and the enzymes necessary for the production of glucose by photosynthesis
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cellulose cell wall
provides structural support and protects against damage caused by osmotic intake of water
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cell surface membrane, cytoplasm, and a nucleus

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animal cells

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cell surface membrane, cytoplasm, a nucleus, a cellulose cell wall, a vacuole and may have chloroplasts

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magnification = measured length / actual length

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containing cell products such as hormones or enzymes

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