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8/27/2018 Words used by Rebecca Skloot to Describe a Cell - Vocabulary List : Vocabulary.com 1/5 VOCABULARY LISTS Words used by Rebecca Skloot to Describe a Cell June 17, 2013 By Vocabulary.com (NY) Learn this list of fourteen words that author Rebecca Skloot used to describe a cell and its functions in her book "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks." Under the microscope, a cell looks a lot like a fried egg: It has a white (the cytoplasm) that’s full of water and proteins to keep it fed, and a yolk (the nucleus) that holds all the genetic information that makes you you. the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms Under the microscope, a cell looks a lot like a fried egg: It has a white (the cytoplasm ) that’s full of water and proteins to keep it fed, and a yolk (the nucleus) that holds all the genetic information that makes you you. the substance inside a cell, not including the nucleus cell cytoplasm
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