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bio cells quiz!\(‾▿‾

living characteristics, cell theory, + organelle

QuestionAnswer
What is a flexible network of proteins that provide structural support for the cell? cytoskeleton
What stores DNA and is the 'brain' of the cell? nucleus
What makes ribosomes? (hint: it is in the nucleus) nucleolus
What is involved in protein and lipid synthesis + has ribosomes attached to it? rough endoplasmic reticulum
What is the site of protein synthesis? (These are needed in every cell) ribosomes
What makes lipids + performs a variety of other specialized functions (ex- breaking down drugs and alcohol) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
What processes, sorts, secretes, and delivers proteins? golgi apparatus
What are the small membrane-bound sacs that divide materials from the rest of the cytoplasm + transport within the cell? vesicles
What forms ATP and is considered the powerhouse of the cell? mitochondria
What temporarily stores materials? vacuole
What contains digestive enzymes and defends cells from bacteria/viruses? lysosome
(1.) Cells (2.)_______ (3.) organs (4.) organ systems (5.) organisms tissue
What divides DNA during cell division and organizes microtubules to form cilia + flagella? centrioles
What shapes + supports plant cells? cell wall
What converts solar energy into chemical energy? (photosynthesis) chloroplasts
What determines what goes in and out of a cell? cell membrane
All organisms are made of cells. All existing cells are made by other living cells. The cell is the most basic unit of life cell theory
No organized nucleus nor membrane-bound organelles prokaryotic
This does have an organized nucleus and membrane-bound organelles eukaryotic
Living things: are made of cells, reproduce, are based on DNA, grow + develop, use energy, respond to their environment, homeostasis, and evolve living characteristics
Chromatin DNA wrapped in protein (how genetic material is stored in the nucleus
What has a double phospholipid membrane + nuclear pores that allow RNA to leave the nucleus? nuclear envelope
Created by: toriramos