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Which of the following do plant cells have that animal cells don't? Chloroplasts
The organelle that is used as a storage in a cell is called a __________. Vacuole
Ribosome make __________ in the cell. Proteins
This organelle is located around the nucleolus and helps control what things, like proteins can enter and leave the nucleolus. It is sometimes called the mail system. Endoplasmic Reticulum
The nucleolus makes these "protein factories" Ribosome
The organelle that cleans up the cells. Lysosomes
Which organelle looks like flattened sacs, and can move things out of the cell membrane? Endoplasmic Reticulum
Cells are not found in the following: Rocks
The function of the vacuole in a cell is: Storage
The nucleolus can be found in the: Nucleus
I order to look at a cell you need to use a: Microscope
The purpose of the cell wall in plants is to: Provide structure
A cell has only one of these organelles: Nucleus
Which organelle makes the energy for the cell, it is often referred to as the powerhouse of the cell? Mitochondria
Which of the following is not an organelle of a cell? Proton
This gel-like substance is located between the nucleus and the cell membrane: Cytoplasm
A plant cell has: Both a cell membrane and a cell wall
What types of cells in your body go through Mitosis the most? Skin
After Mitosis is complete: There are two Identical cells
What part of the cell is used to pull apart the chromosomes? Spindles
Cells make up all: Plants and animals
What is the name of the scientist that studied the genetic traits of pea plants? Mendel
The physical characteristics of an organism: Heredity
If an organism has 2 dif. alleles, the allele that provides the trait of the organism is called: Dominant
Magma that forces it's way into rocks and hardens is called a(n): Intrusions
A petrified fossil forms when: Minerals replace all or part of an organism
The earliest forms of life appeared during: Precambrian Time
On the geologic time scale, eras are divided into: Periods
Most fossils form when organisms die and are buried in: Sediment
The Mesozoic era is often called the: Age of reptiles
Preserved remains can be found in: Tar, Amber, and Ice
A scientist who studies fossils is called a: Paleontologist
When the land masses formed together it was called: Pangaea
The force that pulled the material together to form the Earth is: Gravity
The original atmosphere of Earth was made up of: Hydrogen and Helium
Fossils that show the activities of organisms are called: Trace Fossils
Animals that have a back bone are called: Vertebrates
Gregor Mendel's work was the foundation for understanding why: Offspring have traits similar to those of their parents
An organism's phenotype is its: Physical appearance
An organism's genotype is its: Allele combination
An allele whose trait always shows up in an organism when the allele is present is a: Dominant allele
An allele whose trait only shows up in an organism when there are two identical alleles is a: Recessive allele
A tool that applies the laws of probability to genetics is a: Punnett square
When an organism has two identical alleles for a trait, the organism is said to be: Homozygous for that trait
When an organism has two diff. alleles for a trait, the organism is said to be: Heterozygous for that trait
A number that describes how likely it is that an event will occur is: Probability
Created by: Hokage1234
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