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1 Cell Theory/Organelles/Function/Levels of Organization Quiz Game Review

2 1) 1 point Identify the organelle where photosynthesis occurs.

3 1) 1 point Identify the organelle where photosynthesis occurs. ANSWER - CHLOROPLAST

4 2) 2 points What energy conversion takes place in chloroplasts? ________ converts to ___________

5 2) 2 points What energy conversion takes place in chloroplasts? Radiant energy converts to chemical energy

6 3) 2 points What do ribosomes do?

7 3) 2 points What do ribosomes do? ANSWER – Ribosomes make proteins

8 4) 3 points Identify 1 part of the cell theory.

9 4) 3 points Identify 1 part of the cell theory. ANSWER – – 1 – all organisms are made up of one or more cells – 2 – all cells come from preexisting cells – 3 – all cells carry out similar functions inside (such as processing food for energy and removing waste)

10 5) 2 points What do mitochondria do?

11 5) 2 points What do mitochondria do? ANSWER – Mitochondria convert the stored chemical energy from sugar into usable energy for the cell.

12 6) 2 points Why is the nucleus the “brain” of the cell?

13 6) 2 points Why is the nucleus the “brain” of the cell? ANSWER – The nucleus controls all cellular activity, similar to how the brain controls all bodily activity.

14 7) 2 points List the levels of organization from cell to organism. (From least complex to most complex)

15 7) 2 points List the levels of organization from cell to organism. (From least complex to most complex) ANSWER – cell – tissue – organ – organ system - organism

16 8) 2 points An organ is made up of ___________ that perform a common function.

17 8) 2 points An organ is made up of ___________ that perform a common function. ANSWER - tissues

18 9) 2 points Cells have specific S_ _ _ _ _ because they have specific f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

19 9) 2 points Cells have specific S_ _ _ _ _ because they have specific f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. ANSWER – structure --- function

20 10) 2 points Lysosomes can be compared to what organ because of the job they perform?

21 10) 2 points Lysosomes can be compared to what organ because of the job they perform? ANSWER - intestines

22 11) 2 points Which organelle is like the stomach because it stores food and water getting it ready for digestion?

23 11) 2 points Which organelle is like the stomach because it stores food and water getting it ready for digestion? ANSWER - vacuole

24 12) 2 points What is another name for genetic material? (think capital letters)

25 12) 2 points What is another name for genetic material? (think capital letters) ANSWER - DNA

26 13) 3 points What is the function of the cell wall?

27 13) 3 points What is the function of the cell wall? ANSWER – the cell wall provides structure and support for plant cells.

28 14) 3 points What 2 organs is the cell membrane similar to in terms of its function?

29 14) 3 points What 2 organs is the cell membrane similar to in terms of its function? ANSWER – lungs, skin

30 15) 4 points Why are organisms considered more complex than cells?

31 15) 4 points Why are organisms considered more complex than cells? ANSWER – Though cells are complex, they make up tissues, which make up organs, which make up organ systems, which make the organism as a whole. So all the parts have to work together for the organism to survive.

32 16) 3 points Identify 3 organelles found in plant cells, but not in animal cells.

33 16) 3 points Identify 3 organelles found in plant cells, but not in animal cells. ANSWER – chloroplast, cell wall, large central vacuole, chlorophyll

34 17) 2 points Why are mitochondria nicknamed “mighty” mitochondria?

35 17) 2 points Why are mitochondria nicknamed “mighty” mitochondria? ANSWER – Mitochondria are responsible for providing energy to the cell.

36 18) 4 points What is the difference between the nucleus and the nucleolus?

37 18) 4 points What is the difference between the nucleus and the nucleolus? ANSWER – The nucleus controls all cellular function because it contains the cell’s DNA, whereas the nucleolus is responsible for making ribosomes.

38 19) 5 points How was the cell theory created?

39 19) 5 points How was the cell theory created? ANSWER – Cell theory was created by many scientists over many years.

40 20) 3 points Who discovered/came up with the term “cells” when viewing them under a simple microscope.

41 20) 3 points Who discovered/came up with the term “cells” when viewing them under a simple microscope. ANSWER – Robert Hooke

42 21) 4 points What would happen if the cell membrane disappeared?

43 21) 4 points What would happen if the cell membrane disappeared? ANSWER – Anything could enter or exit the cell and the cell would be destroyed.

44 22) 4 points What would happen to the cell if the membrane covering the lysosomes went away?

45 22) 4 points What would happen to the cell if the membrane covering the lysosomes went away? ANSWER – The digestive enzymes in the lysosomes would get out into the cell and begin destroying it from the inside out.


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