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5 Matching questions

  1. cell membrane
  2. Cytoskeleton
  3. Cellular respiration
  4. Eukaryotic cells can differ from each other depending on their what?
  5. Ribosomes
  1. a Structure and function
  2. b Cells get energy by breaking down food in this process
    -oxygen is used to release the energy in food
  3. c Contained in prokaryotic cells; no membrane;

    ⭕️⭕️small round structures that make proteins by putting together chains of amino acids using instructions encoded in the cell's DNA
  4. d Network of protein filaments that gives shape and support to cells-
    -involved in cell division and movement
  5. e a protective layer that covers a cell's surface and acts as a barrier between the inside of a cell and the cells environment. It also controls materials such as water and oxygen that move into and out of a cell

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Smaller
  2. Green pigment in chloroplasts
    -absorbs energy in sunlight
  3. No
  4. Assists in the production. Processing, and transport of proteins, and I. The production of lipids

    Rough- has ribosomes attached to its membrane
    Smooth- nothing attached, makes lipids & breaks down toxins
  5. cell organelle that converts the chemical energy stored in food into compounds that are more convenient for the cell to use (cellular respiration)
    - have own DNA;

5 True/False questions

  1. Theodor SchwannGreen pigment in chloroplasts
    -absorbs energy in sunlight

          

  2. LysosomesContained in prokaryotic cells; no membrane;

    ⭕️⭕️small round structures that make proteins by putting together chains of amino acids using instructions encoded in the cell's DNA

          

  3. Can cells have one or more types of organelles?Animals, plants, protists and fungi

          

  4. Anton van LeeuwenhoekA small body in a cell's cytoplasm that is specialized to perform a specific function.

          

  5. Cell wallsthe smallest unit of an organism that carries on the functions of life. From Latin meaning "little rooms"

          

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