Organelles, cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms
Cells, organelles, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms
Organelles, cells, organs, organ systems, tissues, organism
Cells, organelles, organs, organ systems, tissue, organism
Cells, tissues, organs, organelles, organ systems, organism
A central nervous system
A circulatory system
Chloroplasts, a cell wall, and a large vacuole
Chloroplasts, a cell wall, and mitochondria
Chloroplasts, centrioles, and Golgi apparatus
Centrioles, a cell membrane, and a nucleus
Centrioles, mitochondria, and a nucleus
Large organic food molecules like protein must be initially broken down. Once the broken down nutrient enters the cell, the cell will use the building blocks to synthesize organic compounds necessary for life.
Large organic food molecules like protein directly enter the cell where they are used for energy.
Large organic food molecules like protein are broken down only after they enter the cell. Once broken down, the cell will excrete the broken down substances.
The cell makes its own protein and does not need nutrients from the outside environments.
The function of the cell is to convert proteins to amino acids.
Recycling light energy to be used in the process of photosynthesis
Releasing the stored energy of organic compounds by the process of respiration
Breaking down starch by the process of digestion
Copying coded information during the process of protein synthesis
Carbon Dioxide, Light, and Water
Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, and Nitrogen
Glucose, Light, and Carbon Dioxide
Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Water
Light, Oxygen, and Methane
Enzyme in the breakdown of hydrogen peroxide
Enzyme in the synthesis of hydrogen peroxide
Emulsifier in the digestion of hydrogen peroxide
Indicator in the detection of hydrogen peroxide
Inhibitor preventing the digestion of hydrogen peroxide