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5 Matching questions

  1. Cytoplasm
  2. Mitochondria
  3. Robert Hooke
  4. Are all multicellular organisms eukaryotes?
  5. All bacteria and archaea are what type of cell?
  1. a The first person to describe cells
  2. b Prokaryotes
  3. c 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;
  4. d Yes
  5. e The region enclosed by the cell membrane that includes the fluid and all of the organelles of the cell

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. An organism made up of cells that contain their DNA in a nucleus. All have nucleus, membrane-bound organelles, and parts that protect and support the cell
  2. Hairlike structures contained in some prokaryotic cells to help them move
  3. ⭕️made up do cells
    ⭕️ability to change, respond to environment
    ⭕️able to reproduce
    ⭕️can grow and develop
    ⭕️need energy (sun-plants; food-animals)
    ⭕️need water
    ⭕️need air
    ⭕️homeostasis (internal balance)
  4. organelles that capture the energy from sunlight and convert it into chemical energy in a process called photosynthesis
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. Prokaryotic cellAn organism made up of cells that contain their DNA in a nucleus. All have nucleus, membrane-bound organelles, and parts that protect and support the cell

          

  3. What are some examples of eukaryotes?Yes

          

  4. 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

          

  5. Scientific methodNetwork of protein filaments that gives shape and support to cells-
    -involved in cell division and movement