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Genoa Cell Test #2

Test covering the CLTs and Eukaryotic Cell Parts

List the 6 CLTs a.Living things are made of cells. b.Living things obtain and use energy. c.Living things grow and develop. d.Living things reproduce. e.Living things respond to their environment. f.Living things adapt to their environment.
What are the 3 parts of Cell Theory? a.All organisms are composed of one or more cells. b.The cell is the basic unit of life in all living things. c.All cells are produced by the division of preexisting cells.
What did Robert Hooke discover? Cells
What did Anton van Leuwenhoek discover? single cell organisms
What did Robert Pasteur disprove? Spontaneous generation
What did Schwann declare? All animals are made of cells.
What did Schleiden declare? All plants are made of cells.
What did Virchow discover? That cells come from other cells.
What is a eukaryotic cell? A cell with a nucleus
What is a prokaryotic cell? A cell without a nucleus
What is the most common cell on earth? A eubacteria cell that is also prokaryotic.
What are the three main extremophile Archaebacteria cell types? Methane Generating heat loving Salt Loving
What is the job of the nucleus? Control center of the cell
What is the job of the nucleolus? produces ribosomes
What is the job of the chromosomes? growth and cell reproduction
What is the job of the endoplasmic reticulum? transport proteins
What is the job of the golgi body? package proteins
What is the job of the lysosome? removes waste
What is the job of the vacuole? stores nutrients and water
What is the job of the mitochondria? the energy provider for the cell
What is the job of the cell wall? protect and support the cell
What is the job of the cell membrane? controls what goes in and out of the cell
What is the job of the cytoplasm? liquid fluid inside the cell that helps maintain and support the cell organelles.
What is the job of the chloroplast? responsible for photosynthesis in a plant cell.
What is the job of the ribosome? make protein
What are the 4 major differences between a plant and animal cell? plants have a chloroplast, animals do not. plants have a cell wall, animals do not. plants are rectangular while animal cells are more globby and round. plants have 1 large vacuole while animals have many small ones.
What is spontaneous generation? The belief that something magically appears from various objects.
Created by: sdscience6