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Cell Structure-Kubal

Cell Structure-Kubalsky

A _______molecule is an example of a carbohydrate. sugar
Which item is a stiff structure found outside the cell membrane of some cells? cell wall
Which explanation describes the movement of water during osmosis? from high areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration
The ________stores a cell's food, water, and waste materials. vacuole
The________controls activity in a cell. nucleus
The________protects organelles inside the cell. cell membrane
___________ is moving substances by engulfing them in a cell membrane. Exocytosis
________________is the use of cell energy to move substances into and out of cells. Active transport
The use of transport proteins to move substances into and out of cells is_______________. facilitated diffusion
The outer part of the cell is the ____________. cell wall
The next layer is the_______________. cell membrane
The biggest inner circle (in the diagram) is the______________. central vacuole
The second smallest inner circle with a dot in the middle (in the diagram) is the____________. nucleus
The small oval with tiny dots (in the diagram) is the____________. chloroplast
The tiniest oval (in the diagram) is the___________. mitochondria
What did Hooke contribute to the development of cell theory? He contributed the use of the microscope.
What did Schleiden & Schwann contribute to the development of cell theory? They discovered the similarities of plant cells.
How do animals get the energy that plants store during phosynthesis? The animals eat the plants-cellular respiration
What is the role of chloroplasts in photosynthesis? Chloroplasts store the energy for the plants.
How is fermentation related to the way your body feels when you are exercising? Sweat is like cells getting rid of waste.
How can you use a microscope to tell whether a cell is prokaryote or a eukaryote? You can use the microscope to look at the nucleus. If it is well defined, it's a eukaryote. If it isn't well defined, it is a prokaryote.
Compare the processes of endocytosis and exocytosis. Endocytosis takes materials in. Exocytosis exports materials out of the cell.