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Cells and Microscopes
Terms in this set (30)
The idea that livings things can come from non-living things
disproved spontaneous generation (rotten meat experiment)
Helped confirm spontaneous generation does not exist (boiled water experiment)
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism
Organism made up of "many" cells
Organism made up of "one" cell
Type of cell without a nucleus and is unicellular
Type of cell with a nucleus, can be multi/unicellular. These cells have a cell membrane, cytoplasm, and a nucleus.
Canals/hallways for ribosomes
Helps produce proteins
Storage areas for waste/food/water
Powerhouse of the cell, breaks down energy and supplies energy
The control center of the cell
Tough rigid outer layer to protect plant cells and give it shape
Porous outer covering all cell have
Green organelles found in plants that contain chlorophyll (pigment) and allow photosynthesis to occur.
A structure inside the nucleus containing DNA and ribosome production.
gelatin-like substance inside of every cell
Cell's ability to regulate cell conditions to normal
An instrument that makes small objects appear larger through use of lenses
more than one lens
to look at
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Dutchman who built simple microscopes and observed small organisms; he called them 'animacules'
Englishman who built compound microscopes and observed corks; he called them 'cells'
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
The cell theory and microscope
microscopes and the discovery of cells
DNA structure and function
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