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Cell Types

Eukaryotic&Prokaryotic Cells

QuestionAnswer
Who gave cells their name from looking at cork cell? Robert Hooke
Who is credit with seeing the first living cells under the microscope? He called them "animalcules" Leeuwenhoek
Who saw that cells come from preexisting cells? Robert Remak
This scientist looked at animal tissue and determined that all animals are made up of cells Schwann
This scientist looked at animal tissue and determined that all animals are made up of cells Schieiden
3 statements that are true for all unicellular and multicellular organisms. Cell Theory
True/False: All living things are made up of one or more cells True
All cells come from __________________ cells preexisting
Why are some cells considered prokaryotic? They do not have a nucleus
What is an example of a single celled, prokaryotic organism? Bacteria
What is an example of a single celled, prokaryotic organism? DNA
Tiny structures that carry out cell function are called. Found in eukaryotic cells. organelles
What protects the outside of all cells and acts as a boundary between the cell and the environment? ALL TYPES OF CELLS HAVE THIS STRUCTURE cell membrane
What type of cells have DNA? All Cells
What type of cells have a nucleus? Only Eukaryotic cells
What type of cells have cytoplasm? Both Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic
What is an example of a membrane bound organelle? Both Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic What type of cells have cytoplasm? Mitochondria, Nucleus, Chloroplast, Endoplasmic Reticulum
Which scientist is credited for creating the first compound microscope? Janssen
an organism made of 2 or more cells multicellular
an organism made of only 1 cell unicellular
Animal and Plant cells have a nucleus, so they are considered _________________________ cells eukaryotic
cell What is the basic unit of life?
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