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cells info

study this to be ready for our cells test on wed

what are 3 things that are different between plant and animal cells> animal cells are round and plant cells are more squarish. plant cells have chloroplasts and a cell wall, and animal cells don't. animal cells have many small vacuoles, but plant cells have one big one.
what is the proper way to hold a microscope> with one hand, grip the arm, and place the other hand under the base for support.
what is the function of the eyepiece on a microscope> it is was you look through to see the slide and it magnifys the slide.
what is the function of the nosepiece on a microscope> it is used to hold the objectives and turn them around
what do the objectives do on a microscope> they are used to magnify the slide with different magnifications(low,medium,high).
what is the stage on a microscope> it is where you place the slide to view it under the microscope.
on a microscope, what is the light source> the place at the bottom of the microscope where the light used to see the slide comes from.
what is the base of a microscope> this part provides support for the microscope.
what does the course adjustment knob do on a microscope> this focuses the image under low power.
what does the fine adjustment knob do on a microscope? this sharpens the image under high magnification.
what is the body tube on a microscope> it is the part that connects the eyepiece and the nosepiece.
what is the diaphragm<><><><><><: this controls the amount of light that shines up to the slide.
What power do you START on when looking into a microscope> low power
what is used to examine small particles that are smaller than the human eye can see> a microscope/
what is the part of a cell that controls everything? the nucleus
what part of a cell makes protein? ribosomes
What is the smallest part of a living thing? a cell
what digests and breaks down paricles in a cell? lysosomes
What is the whip-like tail that some protists(euglena) use to move around? flagella
what are the tiny hairs that some protists(paramecium) use to move? cilia
what is the foot like extension of an amoeba that is uses to move? psuedopod
euglena,amoeba,paramecium are all_______ protists
what is the name for rod-shaped bacteria? bacilli
what is the name for round bacteria? cocci
what is the name for spiral shape bacteria> spirilla
what is the storage center of a cell> the vacuole(s)
what surrounds a plant cell and gives it support and shape? a cell wall
what makes food for plant cells? chloroplasts
what are one-celles organisms that are found everywhere and some of them are harmful when some are helpful. bacteria
what is a group of cells that do the same job? tissue
what part of a cell produces energy? mitochondria
What are bacteria? they are living cells that are found most everywhere
are bacteria prokaryotic or eukaryotic and what does this mean? prokaryotic; they have no nucleus
what are 2 things that are harmful about bacteria? they produce pathogens which can cause disease and they are found in your mouth and produce tooth decay.
what are 2 helpful things about bacteria? they produce antibiotics and they are found in your intestines.
What is a protist? a one or many-celled organism that lives in moist or wet surroundings.
Describe the 3 groups of protists. there are funguslike,animallike, and plantlike. funguslike and animallike are both consumers and plantlike are producers.
what releases the energy for cells> Golgi bodies
outer protective covering that controls materials to send out of a cell cell membrane
all protozoans are____________ because they take in food. consumers
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