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Chapter 2 Living Thi


The basic unit of life. Cell
Maintaining stable internal conditions. Homeatasis
Organisms that make their own food. Autotroph
The "powerhouse"of the cell makes energy. Mitchondria
Cell parts Organelles
The "brain" of the cell; directs all the cell's activities Nucleus
Organisms that cannot make their own food. Heterotropoh
All the material outside the nucleus but inside the cell membrane Oytoplasm
Acts as a packaging and distribtion center within the cell; distrbutes materials. Golgi
Network of membranes that runs throughout the cytoplasm; cell transportation system ER
Which of the following was NOT involved in the development of the CELL THEORY? Hooke
Which of the following is found in plant cells but not in animal cells? Chloroplasts
Which of the following is NOT part of the CELL THEORY? All living things must contain a nucleus
Which type of microscope used fiber optics to create a 3-D image of the specimen? Super optical
What is the disadvantage of using an electron microscope? The electron beams produce a vacuum
The first person to view living animal cells under a microscope was van Leeuwenhoek
Which of the following is the function of the nuclear membrane? Controls what goes in and out of the nucleus
All living things must satisfy basic needs.Which of the following is NOT a basic need? Oxygen
Who of the following were involved in disproving spontaneous generation? Redi and Pasteur
A skunk hanging out in a shrub surprises you as you pass by on your evening walk.You've been skunked! P.U. Which of life's characterists explains the skunk's behavior? Response to environment
What is the cellular arrangement of a multicellular organ The cellular arrangement is cell->Tissue->Organ-> System-> Organism
Explain the role the microscope played in the development of the cell theory. The miscroscope helped us to see the cells and the other tiny stuff that we can't see,we can see those things through the microscope.
How do you spell your science teacher's name? Mrs.Iobst
Created by: cristina marie
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