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2021-2022 SCIENCE

Chp 3 Cells

Hooke observed cork & called them "cells"
Leeuwenhoek discovered bacteria with a microscope
Schleiden botanist who studied plant cells
Schwann studied animal cells (his name sound like "swan" = animal)
Virchow proved 3rd part of cell theory
3 parts of modern cell theory 1) All living things are made of cells. 2) Cells are the basic unit of structure & function in all living things. 3) All cells come from other pre-existing cells.
invention allowed for discovery & study of cells microscope
protective outer layer surrounding a cell; controls what goes in & out of the cell cell membrane
contains DNA & controls the cell's activities nucleus
tiny structures within a cell that perform specific functions organelles
series of events a cell goes through during its life, including interphase, mitosis, & cytokinesis cell cycle
Know basic parts of microscope and its purpose. adjustment knob; stage clips; stage; eyepiece; objective/lens
Be able to complete Venn diagram comparing & contrasting plant & animal cells Word Bank will be provided
organelle that provides the power or energy in a cell mitochondria
jelly-like substance that fills cells cytoplasm
organelle that provides storage for food, water, & wastes in the cell vacuole
Be able to draw diagram & label basic parts of a cell to include cell; nucleus; chromosome; gene; DNA
cell organization from smallest to largest cell; tissue; organ; organ system; organism
Created by: pcsteacher5
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