Cell Structure and Function Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: nucleus: structure that surrounds and protects the genetic material, isotonic: concentration on both sides of the membrane are the same, eukaryotic: have enclosed dna and means 'true cell', cell: basic unit of life, organelle: the specialized 'organs inside the cell, cell theory: all living things are made of cells and all new cells come from existing cells, ribosome: where proteins are assembled, prokaryotic: don't have enclosed dna and means 'first cell', osmosis: diffusion of water through semipermeable membrane, vacuole: stores water, salt, proteins, and carbohydrates, mitochondria: converts chemical energy in food into usable compounds, recepto:, where a signaling molecule can bind, cell wall: found in prokaryotes and plant cells and provide support, organ: a group of similar tissues that perform a similar function, chloroplast: captures energy from the sunlight and converts it into chemical energy to usable sugar, cytoplasm: the jelly portion outside of the nucleus, diffusion: movement of material across a membrane without the use of energy, tissue: a group of similar cells that perform a similar function, lysosomes: breakdown lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins into small molecules