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7A View of the Cell

Chapter 7-1 to 7-3

The microscope was invented by.. van Leeuwenhoek
_________ observed cell in cork. Robert Hooke
Robert Hooke named the things he saw under the microscope ___ cells
Mattthais Scieiden concluded that ______ have cells plants
What are the three main ideas of the cell theory? 1. All living things are composed of cells 2.Cell is the basic unit of organization of an organism 3.All cells come from preexisting cells
A ____ microscope has one lens. simple
The ______ microscope use more than one lens compound
Prokaryotes are cells without a ____ nucleus
Eukaryotes are cells witch contain many different ____ organelles
The plasma membrane maintains __________ homeostatis
The ________is the boundary between the cell and the environment plasma membrane
Selective permeability Allows some into the cell while keeping out others
The ________ surrounds the cell plasma membrane
This is rigid and provides support for plant cells cell wall
This is called the leader of the cell nucleus
The ________ gives directions for making proteins nucleus
Inside the nucleus is the ____ which helps produce chromosomes nucleolus
The fluid inside the cell is the __ cytoplasm,
The _______ is like the highway of the cell. It manufactures and delivers different proteins to different parts of the cell endoplasmic reticulum
The post office of the cell sorts and packages proteins. It is the ____ Golgi Apparatus
A sac surrounded by a membrane and temporary houses food, water and wastes is called a __ vacuole
Plants have one or two ____ vacuoles while animal cell have many ____ ones large small
Digestive enzymes are found in ________ lysosomens
The garbage collectors of the cell are the _____ lysosomes
What two organelles are found in plants, but not in animals? 1. cell wall 2. Chloroplasts
What is needed for all cellular processes to happen? energy is needed
What organelle helps capture light energy and convert it to food? chloroplasts
_______ gives plants their green color chlorophyll
The power house of the cell is the ____ mitochondria
The cell shape is formed by the ____ cytoskeleton
Two structures that help movement and feeding are the ___ and ___ cilia and flagella
____ are short hair like projections that move in a wavelike manor cilia
____ are long projections and move in a whip like motion flagella
The structures that are contained in a cell are called ___ organelles
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