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Biology Quiz #1

Cell Theory, Structures + Functions/Plant and Animal Labelling/3 Deffinitions

Who Was Involved in Cell Exploration? 1655 - Robert Hooke discovered cells 1838 - Matthias Schlieden concluded that all plants are made of cells 1839 - Theodore Schwann concluded that animal tissues are made of cells 1858 - Rudolf Virchow came up with the 3rd law of the cell theory
What Are The 3 Laws Composing the Cell Theory? 1. All living things are composed of one or more cells 2.Cells are the basic structural and functional units of life 3. All cells arise from the division of other cells
What Are The 4 Main Characteristics of Living Things? 1. Living things obtain and use energy to power activities such as movement and growth. 2. Living things try to maintain a constant internal environment (Homeostasis) 3. Living things produce 4. Living things are made of cells
What Consist Of The Cell Structure? 1. Extracellular Fluid (ECF) 2. Cytoplasm 3. Cell Membrane (CM) 4. Cell Wall
What Are The Functions Of The Cell Structures? 1. The watery environment outside of a cell 2. Cytosol + Cell Organelles outside of the Nucleus; Acts as the Control Center. 3. Separates the insides of the cell from the extracellular fluids; Controls Movement. 4. Firm, porous structures found outside
What Similarities Do Animal and Plant Cells Have? Nucleus/Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)/Chromosomes (DNA)/Nucleolus/Ribosome/Mitochondria/Cell Membrane/Cytoplasm
What Differences Do Animal And Plant Cells Have? Animal: Golgi Apparatus Plant: Vacuole, Cell Wall, Chloroplast
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