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5 Matching questions

  1. What are the three major categories of cell junctions?
  2. After a certain amount of growth what must occur?
  3. Why did he call them cells?
  4. Besides tissues what else do multicellular organisms have?
  5. What are the results of cellular division
  1. a Cell division, DNA can only control so much so cell division will occur after a limited amount of growth.
  2. b The first thing he looked at was a thin slice of cork. He saw neat rows of little boxes and they looked like cells in a monastery so he named what he was looking at "cells".
  3. c 1. new organisms if unicellular
    2. more cells in the same organism
    3. sex cells - egg or sperm
  4. d Tight, anchoring, and gap junctions
  5. e They have organs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Cellular division of labor
  2. elimination of NONSOLUABLE waste from the cell
  3. a organism that consists of many cells
  4. No, cells are specialized in multicellluar organisms
  5. Matthias SchLeiden discovered all pLants are composed of cells
    Theodore SchwAnn discovered all Animals are composed of cells.
    thus beginning the Cell Theory

5 True/False questions

  1. Absorptionbreakdown of food (usually glucose) with the release of energy

          

  2. movementelimination of NONSOLUABLE waste from the cell

          

  3. In cells biosynthesis of materials results in what?No. The parts of the organism not made of cells are composed of materials manufactured by cells. For example Chitin covers outside of insects body. It is not a cell but a carbohydrate made by the cell.

          

  4. What three things happen when cells reach a certain size?1. slowdown synthesis of materials
    2. secrete certain synthesized materials
    3. divide

          

  5. What are organs?Organs are tissues grouped together to perfrom a specific function for the organism.