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Substitute the term for this part of the cell and instead of peanut better and jelly, you will have a sandwich made of peanut butter and .
a) microscope b) reproduction c) cytoplasm d) cell membrane
From one cell another cell is made and then another cell and so on and so forth
a) microscope b) Reproduction c) cytoplasm d) cell membrane
If you want to see a flea enlarged, just look at it through this.
a) Microscope b) reproduction c) cytoplasm d) cell membrane
Chemical reactions are constantly taking place inside your body to keep your life preserved.
a) cell theory b) homeostasis c) respiration d) Metabolism
So you see, cells get energy from sugar through this process
a) cell theory b) homeostasis c) respiration d) metabolism
Though it may be cold outside, your body will stay balanced on the inside so that your temperature stays the same
a) cell theory b) Homeostasis c) respiration d) metabolism
The idea that all living things are made of small building blocks sure has revolutionized the understanding of biology
a) cell theory b) homeostasis c) respiration d) metabolism
Like a bouncer at a night club, it control what enters and leaves the cell
a) microscope b) reproduction c) cytoplasm d) cell membrane
Plants and other organisms are surrounded by this thick fortress
a) cell wall b) nucleus c) chloroplast d) mitochondria
Like the brain in the human body, this part of the cell serves as the mind and controls all the cell's activities
a) cell wall b) nucleus c) chloroplast d) mitochondria
No silly goose, you do not need to feed your plant. It uses this structure to capture and store its own food
a) cell wall b) nucleus c) chloroplast d) mitochondria
Energy must be converted by this rod-like structure before it can be used by the cell to perform its roles.
a) cell wall b) nucleus c) chloroplast d) Mitochondria
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