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Jeopardy Cells Edition Scientists Cells Cell Factory Organelles Living Things You Ever Wonder Final Jeopardy
$100 Who was the first person to describe cells?
$100 Robert Hooke
$200 Who discovered single –celled organisms in pond scum and called them animalcules (Today we call them protists)?
$200 Anton von Leeuwenhoek
$300 What did Rudolf Virchow state?
$300 all cells could form only from other cells
$400 What did Matthieas Schleiden conclude?
$400 all plant parts were made of cells
$500 What did Theodor Schwann conclude?
$500 all animal tissues were mad of cells
$100 What restricts the size of a cell?
$100 surface area – to – volume ratio
$200 What are the two basic types of cells?
$200 prokaryotic and eukaryotic
$300 Explain prokaryotic cells.
$300 prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus. Examples are bacteria and archaea.
$400 Explain eukaryotic cells.
$400 Eukaryotic cells have a nucleus. Examples are plant and animal cells.
$500 Describe the cell theory.
$ All organisms are made of one or more cells. 2. The cells is the basic unit of all living things. 3. All cells come from existing cells
$100 A gatekeeper of the cell factory.
$100 cell membrane
$200 The internal delivery system of the cell factory.
$200 Endoplasmic Reticulum
$300 The power supplier of the cell factory.
$400 The garbage collectors of the cell factory.
$500 The control center of the cell factory.
$100 What is a web of proteins that keeps the cell membrane from collapsing.
$200 What is the fluid and most of the contents?
$300 Make proteins.
$400 What is the golgi complex?
$400 packages and distributes proteins
$500 Describe the vacuole?
$500 A large vesicle in plant cells that store digestive enzymes, water, and other liquids.
$100 What is a group of cells that work together to form a specific function?
$200 What is a structure that is made up of two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function?
$300 Organize living things in order from lowest to highest level of organization.
$300 cells – tissues – organs – organ systems – organism
$400 In an organism what is structure related to?
$500 Explain an organ system.
$500 An organ system is a group of organs working together to perform a specific function. An example is the cardiovascular system.
$100 You ever wonder what this is colored in green?
$100 Cell Wall
$200 You ever wonder what this is colored in blue?
$300 You ever wonder what is a small sac that surrounds material to be moved into, out, or around in a cell?
$400 You ever wonder what a cell is?
$400 A cell is the smallest unit that can perform all of the processes necessary for life.
$500 You ever wonder what the benefits to being mutlicellular are?
$500 Some benefits to being multicellular are larger size, longer life, and specialization.
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Animal cell – lysosome Plant cell – chloroplast, vacuole, and cell wall
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