6 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- A cell that contains a nucleus and a complex internal structure. An organism that has eukaryotic cells is a eukaryote.
Cell-tissue-organ-organ system-multicellular organism: Arranged in order from smallest in size, but the base of all other things - to the largest in size, but composed of everything else.
- Made up of one cell. Single-celled. Uni- = one, single
An instrument that makes small objects look larger. Simple microscope - composed on one lens. Compound microscope - composed of two or more lenses.
The basic unit of structure and function of any living thing.
Moves the body tube/stage up and down to allow focusing of the image when on low-powered objective lens.
5 True/False questions
the cell theory → Made up of one cell. Single-celled. Uni- = one, single
A combination of two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function.
Where you look through. Magnifies the image 10x. Contains the pointer.
fine adjustment knob →
Moves the body tube/stage slightly to bring the object into sharper focus. Can be used with any powered objective lens.
organism → A living thing, made up of cell(s) that carries out life processes and dies. Living things can be unicellular (ex: bacteria, yeast) or multicellular (ex: rabbit, cats, ants, sunflowers).