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Cells_Unit 1

Our Unit 1 Test "Vocabulary Questionns" over Cells

QuestionAnswer
What are the little things that make up a cell? organelle
Which organelle controls all activity in the cell? Nucleus
What carrie sprotien and other materials throughout the cell? E.R. (Endoplasmic Reticulum)
Which organelle produces protien for the cell? Ribisomes
What breaks things down in a cell? Lysosome
what is the basic unit of stucture and function in an organization? Cell
What is a living thing? Organism
Which organelle captures energy(sun light) used to produce food? Chloroplasts
What is an organism that can NOT make its own food? (other feeder) Heterotroph
What is an organism that CAN make its own food? (self feeder) Autotroph
What is the gel-like material that makes up a cell? Cytoplasm
What is a change in the envrinment that causes an organism to react? Stimulus
What is a change that occurs in behavior in reaction to a stimulus? Response
When the body maintains a constant temperature no matter what the outside temperature is... examples are sweating when hot or shivering when cold, what is this called? Homeostasis
What is an organism made up of only one cell? Unicellular
What is an organism made up of many cells? Multicellular
What is the mistaken idea that living things arose from non-living things? Spontaneous Generation
When the body is maintaining a stable internal condition regardless of the environment, what is this called? Homeostasis
Which organelle recieves protiens and other materials and sends them out in the cell? Golgi Body
What organelle has rod-shaped structures that convert food molecules into energy for cell use? Mitochondria
What organelle stores food, water, and waste products? Vacuole
Which organelle, found only in a plant cell, provides shape and support fro the cell? Cell Wall
Which organelle regulates what goes in and out of the cell? Cell Membrane
What is a group of similar cells that perform the same function? Tissue
What is a group of similar tissue that performs the same function? Organ
What is a group of similar organs that performs the same function? System
What is an organism who's cell has a nucleus? Eukaryote
What is an organism who's cell contains NO nucleus? Prokaryote
Who where the early scientists and what did they do? Hooke(Compund Microscope), Redi(Disproved Spontaneous Generation), and Pasteur(Pasteurizing process when you kill existing bacteria to show life comes from life)
What is a widely excepted belief about how cells and living things interact? Cell Theory
What is the process of change in an organism's life to produce a more complex organism? Development
What occurs when a high concentrated materials move into an area with low concentrated materials? Diffusion
What occurs when a high concentration of water moves into an area of low concentration. Osmosis
What is it called when it does not require the cell's energy to take in nutrients and materials? Passive Transport
What is it called when it requires the cell's energy to take in nutrients and materials? Active Transport
What is part of the process of active transport when a cell takes in nutrients such as food particles? Endocytosis
What is part of the process in active transport when a cell kicks out the used up food particles? Exocytosis
What are the Levels of Organization? Cell->Tissue->Organ->Systems->Living Organism
Created by: sandersn393