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Organic Molecules Cell Parts Cell Transport Mitosis or Meisosis Cell Cycle
100
What are carbohydrates?
You would eat a meal with lot's of these if you want quick energy.
100
What is the cell membrane?
Controls what enters a cell.
100
What is active transport?
This type of transport requires energy.
100
What is mitosis?
Used for growth
100
What is Interphase and Mitosis?
The 2 parts of the cell cycle
200
What are Nucleic Acids
DNA & RNA are examples
200
What is mitochondria?
Produces energy for the cell.
200
What is hypertonic?
When the solution outside of a cell has MORE dissolved substances than the inside of the cell it is this type of solution (Hypo, Iso, Hyper)
200
What is meiosis?
Produces 4 haploid cells
200
What is Prophase?
First stage of Mitosis
300
What are proteins?
Amino Acids are the building blocks of this type of molecule.
300
What is the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)?
Produces and transports proteins
300
What is swell?
This will happen to a cell in a hypotonic solution.
300
What is meiosis?
Daughter cells are genetically unique (different).
300
What is telophase?
In this stage chromosomes are on opposite sides of the cell and cells are starting to separate.
400
What are lipids?
Function: Longterm energy storage and insulation
400
What is the nucleolus or nucleus?
Contains DNA
400
What is facilitated transport?
Glucose, a large molecule, can enter cells using this type of passive transport.
400
What is 46?
The human diploid number is this many chromosomes
400
What is metapahse?
Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell during this stage.
500
What are lipids?
The cell membrane is made up these mostly
500
What are ribosomes?
Produce proteins.
500
What is exocytosis?
Active transport that sends items out of a cell in a vesicle is called this.
500
What is mitosis?
If your body was repairing a cut the cells would use this process.
500
What is cytokinesis?
This phase is when the cytoplasm and organelles divide.




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