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Science Unit 1

Organelle unit

A light microscope having two lenses is called a _______________. compound microscope
If your class wanted to have a better look at a earthworm, a ________ light microscope could be used. compound
The ____________ states that organisms are made from cells, cells are the basic unit of structure and function in organisms, and cells come from preexisting cells. cell theory
The eyepiece lens usually have a power of _____. 10x
SEM stands for______________ scanning electron microscope
The first person to use the term "cell" was looking through a microscope at a slice of _____. cork
Before the discovery that cells __________ to form new cells, people thought life occurred spontaneously. reproduced
Observed that every cell comes from a cell that excited before Rudolph Virchow
made the first compound microscope Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
concluded that all animals are made up of cells Zacharias Janssen
called box-like structures in cork "cells" Theodor Schwann
made a simple microscope with a glass bead. Robert Hooke
groups of similar cells that do the same work tissue
organelles that release energy for the cell. mitochondrai
structure that forms outer boundary of cell. cell membrane
gel-like material inside the cell membrane cytoplasm
different types of tissues that work together to do a job organ
stacks of sacs that package and move proteins Golgi body
where protein is made ribosomes
a folded membrane that moves material in cells endoplasmic reticulum
structure that directs the cell's activities nucleus
The structures within the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells are ________. organelles
Cell wastes are digested in organelles called ___________. lyosomes
Water, food and waste products are stored in the cell's ___________. vacuoles
Plant cells differ from animal cells because plant cells have _________. cell wall
Plant can trap light energy in organelles called chloroplasts
Plants can trap light energy into chemical energy in the form of ____________. sugar
The shape of a cell tells you something about its _____. job
Groups of similar cells in a tissue __________. do the same type of work
A leaf function as a(n) __________ to make food for a plant. organ
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