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Quiz 2a- Cell

Cell

QuestionAnswer
What is the structure made out of fatty layer? (The outter layer) Cell Membrane
What part of the cell makes energy? (Looks like kidney (red) beans) Mitochondria
What Moves stuff across the cell? (Fuzzy hair looking thing) Cilia
What packages & ships protein made by the ER? (The Fedex of the cell) Golgi Complex
What is everything made of? Atoms
________ are microscopic building blocks without a positively charged core, a nucleus, and are surrounded by negatively charged electron clouds. Atoms
What is made of Atoms? Cells
The smallest units of life is? Cells
Cells working together are? Tissues
Tissues working together are? Organs
Organs working together are? Organ System
Organ Systems working together is? Organism
What is the most abundant biological molecule in the body? "Most common" Ptrotein
Water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide are all examples of _______ molecules. Inorganic
What comes from a living source? (organic or inorganic) Organic
________ are fatty, oily, or greasy compounds found in the body. Lipids (Lipids=fats)
The ______ acts as a selective gate keeper facilitating the movement of substance into and/or out of the cell. Cell Membrane
The genetic blueprint that direct cell replication are located in the? Nucleus (Nucleus= control center)
What is responsible for the passive movement of water molecules from an area of high concentrations to low concentrations? Osmosis (Osmosis = diffusion of water)
Glycolysis creates _______ molecules of ATP for every molecule of glucose. How many? 2 (Stress saver)
Mitochondria are responsible for? Production of chemical energy
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