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Science Study Guide

Science Study Guide For Test

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Part 1: Cell Theory All organisms are made up of one or more cells.
Part 2: Cell Theory The cell is the basic unit of all living things.
Part 3: Cell Theory All cells come from existing cells.
Part 1: Organization of Living Things Organelles
Part 2: Organization of Living Things Cells
Part 3: Organization of Living Things Tissue
Part 4: Organization of Living Things Organs
Part 5: Organization of Living Things Organ Systems
Part 6: Organization of Living Things Living Organisms
Microscope Rules of Handling 1 Always carry the microscope with two hands: one on the arm and one on the base.
Microscope Rules of Handling 2 Always clean the stage before putting away the microscope.
Microscope Rules of Handling 3 Always be careful not to put the microscope by the edge of the table or counter.
Microscope Rules of Handling 4 Always put the stage down on the lowest objective before putting away the microscope.
Microscope Rules of Handling 5 Always clean the lenses with a soft cloth or lens paper when instructed to do so.
Microscope Parts 1 Body Tube: Reflects light up to the viewer's eye.
Microscope Parts 2 Revolving Nosepiece: Allows for a quick change of objectives
Microscope Parts 3 Low Power Objective: The first microscope lens you use when doing proper microscope work. Usually 4X.
Microscope Parts 4 Medium Power Objective: The second microscope lens you use when doing proper microscope work. Usually 10X.
Microscope Parts 5 High Power Objective: The highest magnification used. Usually 43X. NEVER use the coarse adjustment when using this.
Microscope Parts 6 Stage Clips: Used to keep the slide in place.
Microscope Parts 7 Diaphragm: Used to vary the amount of light passing through the slide. Usually better if the amount of light is high.
Microscope Parts 8 Light Source: Sends light up through the diaphragm and through the slide for viewing.
Microscope Parts 9 Ocular Lens: The part you look at with your eye. Usually 10X magnification.
Microscope Parts 10 Arm: Used to safely transport the microscope.
Microscope Parts 11 Stage: Slides are placed on this.
Microscope Parts 12 Coarse Adjustment: Used to make large changes in focus. NOTE Never use this when viewing on high power.
Microscope Parts 13 Fine Adjustment: Used to make small adjustments of focus.
Microscope Parts 14 Base: Used to safely transport the microscope.
Cell Parts 1 Nucleus
Cell Parts 2 Ribosome
Cell Parts 3 Endoplasmic Reticulum
Cell Parts 4 Mitochondrion
Cell Parts 5 Chloroplast
Cell Parts 6 Golgi Complex
Cell Parts 7 Large Central Vacuole
Cell Parts 8 Lysosome
Cell Parts 9 Cytoskeleton
Cell Parts 10 Cell Wall
Cell Parts 11 Cell Membrane
Cell Part Function 1 Nucleus: the organelle that contain's the cell's DNA and is the control center of the cell
Cell Part Function 2 Ribosome: the organelle in which amino acids are hooked together to make proteins
Cell Part Function 3 Endoplasmic Reticulum: The organelle that makes lipids, breaks down drugs and other substances, and packages proteins for Golgi complex
Cell Part Function 4 Mitochondrion: the organelle that breaks down food molecules to make ATP
Cell Part Function 5 Chloroplast: the organelle that uses the energy of sunlight to make food
Cell Part Function 6 Golgi Complex: the organelle that processes and transports proteins and other materials out of the cell
Cell Part Function 7 Large Central Vacuole: the organelle that stores water and other materials
Cell Part Function 8 Lysosome: the organelle that digests food particles, wastes, cell parts, and foreign invaders
Cell Part Function 9 Cytoskeleton: keeping the cell membrane from collapsing
Cell Part Function 10 Cell Wall: a rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane and provides support to the cell
Cell Part Function 11 Cell Membrane: a protective barrier that encloses the cell
Where do you find the cell parts? The cell wall is the outermost layer in plant cells. The cell membrane is the outermost layer in animal cells. All other organelles are inside the cell.
Name of what you see through a microscope Cells
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 1 Nucleus: the organelle that contain's the cell's DNA and is the control center of the cell: Mr. Dutdut because he is like the control center of the school
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 2 Ribosome: the organelle in which amino acids are hooked together to make proteins: Student Council because they make the school strong
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 3 Mitochondrion: the organelle that breaks down food molecules to make ATP: Teachers because they provide knowledge and knowledge is power.
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 4 Chloroplast: the organelle that uses the energy of sunlight to make food: Lunch Ladies because they create food
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 5 Vacuole: the organelle that stores water and other materials: Janitors because they store cleaning supplies and other things.
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 6 Cell Wall: a rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane and provides support to the cell: School Security because they keep bad things out.
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 7 Cell Membrane: a protective barrier that encloses the cell: Mr. Haegar because he separates the good kids from the bad kids.
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 8 Cytoplasm: The fluid inside a cell and almost all of its contents: Students because they make up most of the school.
Cell Part + Function + Relating to a Person You Know 9 Chromosomes: Contains information about how to make a cell's protein: Office Workers because they have the records of the school.
Cell Part Function 12 Cytoplasm: The fluid inside a cell and almost all of its contents.
Cell Part Function 13 Chromosomes: Contains information about how to make a cell's protein.
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