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Cell Types/Theory

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What are organisms that do not contain a nucleus? Prokaryotic Cells
What are organisms that do have a nucleus? Eukaryotic Cells
Name an example of a prokaryotic cell. Bacteria
Name four examples of eukaryotic cells. Protists, Fungi, Plants and Animals
What are four organelles that are shared by prokaryotic AND eukaryotic cells? Cell membrane, DNA, cytoplasm and ribosomes
Which type of cell reproduces ONLY asexually? Prokaryotic cell
Which type of cell can reproduce asexually or sexually? Eukaryotic cell
Name an example of an Eukaryotic organism that will reproduce asexually. Fungi like yeast or mushrooms and Protists like amoebas
Name an example of an Eukaryotic organism that will reproduce sexually. Plants and animals
Name the three types of asexual reproduction. Budding, Fragmentation and Binary Fission
A potato producing "eyes" on the outside of the skin after having sat for a long time is an example of Budding
An amoeba that splits in half is an example of this type of asexual reproduction. Binary Fission
A black worm that can live after being split in two halves is as example of this type of asexual reproduction. Fragmentation
Name the three parts to the cell theory. 1. All living things are made of cells. 2. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function of life 3. Cells can only come from other cells.
Which part of the cell theory is described here: A goat is made of nerve cells, muscle cells, blood cells, etc. Cells are the basic unit of a structure of a living thing.
Which part of the cell theory is described here: You get new blood cells by blood cells dividing to make more. Cells can only come from other cells
Which part of the cell theory is described here: A kitten has cells. A puppy has cells. You have cells . All living things are made of cells.
True/False - Abiotic things are made of cells. False - Cells only are in living things (biotic)
True/False - Cells can specialize to do a very specific job - like be a red blood cell. True- Cells do specialize in our bodies.
Use multicellular/Unicellular and Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic to describe a PLANT Plants are multicellular and are made of eukaryotic cells.
Use multicellular/Unicellular and Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic to describe an ANIMAL Animals are multicellular and are made of eukaryotic cells.
Use multicellular/Unicellular and Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic to describe a BACTERIA Bacteris is unicellular and are made of prokaryotic cells
Use multicellular/Unicellular and Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic to describe a MUSHROOM Mushrooms are multicellular and are made of eukaryotic cells
Use multicellular/Unicellular and Prokaryotic/Eukaryotic to describe a Protist like an amoeba Protists are unicellular and are eukaryotic cells.
What types of cells are ALL unicellular? Prokaryotic cells
How many parents are needed in sexual reproduction? Two parents
How many parents are needed in asexual reproduction? One parent
Which one does not belong? Tree, animal, bacteria, mushroom Bacteria - because it has prokaryotic cells and others have eukaryotic cells
Which one does not belong? Unicellular only, Asexual Only, Eukaryotic cells, Bacteria Eukaryotic cells because all of the others deal with Prokaryotic cells
Name four examples of organelles found in an eukaryotic cell Nucleus, ribosomes, Golgi apparatus and cell membrane
Which technology was necessary for the cell theory to be developed? Microscope
Red blood cells, nerve cells and skin cells are examples of this Specialized cells - Cell specialize to do certain jobs in the body.
Created by: connie.hambey
 

 



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