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microscopes and cell

What controls the amount of light entering the microscope? The Diaphragm
What part of the microscope do you use to focus on a slide when using the low power objective? The Course adjustment
What supports the microscope? The base
What do you do with the slides after viewing them on a microscope? Carefully remove them from the stage.
Which part of a plant or animal cell holds the genetic material, or DNA? Nucleus
Which part of an animal cell allows materials to enter and leave? The cell membrane
What are the two parts that are in a plant cell that are not in an animal cell? Cell wall and Chloroplasts
What is the name for the storage compartments for water and other substances in a cell? Vacuoles
What is the fluid inside a cell called? cytoplasm
What provides the rigid support in a plant cell? Cell wall
Who was the first person to describe cells? Robert Hook
Which type of organisms have a nucleus, prokaryotes or eurkaryotes? Eukaryotes
True or False, bacteria have membrane bound organelles? False
If a person had 200 different types of cells, specialized to do a particular job, are the cells considered as being unicellular or multicellular? multicellular
How does all life begin, as an organ or a single cell? single cell
What was the first person who discovered the name "little boxes" looking at when he decided to call them cells? a slice of cork
Which scientist was the first person to see bacteria, yeast as unicellular, and human blood as flat? Leeuwenhoek
What are the structures in a cell that enable it to live, grow, and reproduce called? organelles
Which type of single-cell has NO nucleus but genetic material is contained by the cell membrane? prokaryotic
How can you tell a bacterium cell from an animal or plant cell? There is NO nucleus
What is the outer surface of a plant cell called? Cell Wall
What is the name of the structure that is larger in a plant cell than an animal cell because it holds necessary water? vacuole
Which organelle helps a plant cell to produce sugar during photosynthesis? Chloroplast
Which type of bacteria is found almost everywhere on earth and even in humans? Eubacteria
Which type of single celled organism is found where most living things could not survive? archaebacteria
Created by: ellamoore