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March 25, 2014 Multiple choice Review for test. Today I will: Review cell theory. Cell organelles, location, function, characteristics. Differences between.

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1 March 25, 2014 Multiple choice Review for test

2 Today I will: Review cell theory. Cell organelles, location, function, characteristics. Differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

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4 Contains the majority of the cell genetic information A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

5 The entire y cell is surrounded by A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

6 Unicellular organism that lack a membrane bound nucleus A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

7 How many cells do you have? 100 trillion

8 You are prokaryotic or eukaryotic? Why? Eukaryotic, have nucleus in the cell

9 You are unicellular or multicellular? Why? Multicellular, have many cells

10 Directs most of the activities of the cell A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

11 _____ are surrounded by their own membrane A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

12 Person(s) who first gave the term “cell” after looking to a microscope at a cork A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

13 Cells are the basic units of structure and functions in an organism. A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

14 Person (s) who saw the first live cell A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

15 Cells come only from the reproduction of existing cells. A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

16 All living things are compose or one or more cells A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

17 Organism whose cells contains membrane bound nucleus A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

18 Large organelle near the center of the cell A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

19 Person(s) who helped create evidence for cell theory A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle

20 Which of these represents the Cell Theory? A.All organisms are made of cells Cells are the smallest units of life All cells arise from pre-existing cells B.All organisms are made of cells Chromosomes are the basis for all genetic inheritance All cells arise from pre-existing cells C.All organisms contain organs made of tissues Cells are the smallest units of life All cells arise from pre-existing cells D.All organisms are made of cells Cells are the smallest units of life Living things come only from other living things

21 Identify the prokaryotic cell. A B C D

22 Which invention from the 17th century allowed for the development of modern cell theory? A. X-rays B. computers C. the light microscope D. the telescope

23 A plant and an animal are both living things. According to the Cell Theory, what can you conclude about these two very different organisms? A. Plants have cells but animals do not. B. They are both made of one or more cells. C. They both come from the same kind of cell. D. They both come from a non-living organism.

24 The combined observations of Mattias Schleiden, Theodor Schwann and Rudolph Virchow resulted in the formation of the cell theory. Which of the following is not part of the cell theory? A. All cells contain a nucleus. B. All cells come from other living cells. C. All living organisms are made of one or more cells. D. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function of all living things.

25 Which type(s) of cells have genetic material that is contained in a nucleus? A. bacteria B. plants only C. animals only D. both plant and animal cells

26 Forms boundary between a cell and the outside environment. Controls the movement of materials into and out of the cell A. endoplasmic reticulum B. cell membrane C. cell wall D. nucleus

27 Nucleus, lysosomes, a cell membrane and cell wall are parts of what kind of cell. A.A eukaryotic animal cell B. A eukaryotic plant cell C. Prokaryotic animal cell D. A prokaryotic plant cell

28 The first person to view cork cells under a microscope was: A.Anton von Leeuwenhoek. B.Albert Einstein. C.Robert Hooke. D.Theodore Schleiden.

29 The “Father of the Modern Microscope” is: A.Anton von Leeuwenhoek. B.Albert Einstein. C.Robert Hooke. D.Theodore Schleiden.

30 Which of the following statements is part of the cell theory? A.Larger cells work more efficiently. B.Smaller cells work more efficiently. C.All living things are made of cells. D.None of the above.

31 Complex cells that have a nucleus are called: A.eukaryotic cells. B.prokaryotic cells. C.animal cells. D.plant cells.

32 Examples of eukaryotic cells are: A.plant cells. B.animal cells. C.Fungi. D.all of the above

33 The major difference between plant and animal cells is that plant cells have: A.a cell membrane, cytoplasm, DNA and ribosomes. B.a cell wall, chloroplasts, and very large vacuoles. C.a nucleus, a cell membrane, and mitochondria. D.There’s no difference between plant and animal

34 The specialized parts that form the cell are the : A.chromosomes. B.organelles. C.tetrads. D.mini cells.

35 All cells have: A. a cell membrane, cytoplasm, DNA and ribosomes. B.a cell wall, chloroplasts, and very large vacuoles. C.a nucleus, a cell membrane, and mitochondria. D.There is nothing common to all cells.

36 The powerhouse (energy) of the cell: A.vacuole. B.mitochondria. C.cell wall. D.ribosome.

37 Which type of cell has a protective cell wall? A. Plant B. Animal

38 1. The nucleus in this cell is labeled by what letter? J

39 1. The ribosomes in this cell is labeled by what letter? h

40 Which type of cell is usually rectangular in shape? A. Plant B. Animal

41 Which type cell contains a single, large vacuole? A. Plant B. Animal

42 1. The chloroplast in this cell is labeled by what letter? D

43 1. The vacuole in this cell is labeled by what letter? E

44 Which type of cell has many small vacuoles? A. Plant B. Animal

45 Which of the following scientists was the first to observe cells? (Hint: They were dead cork cells) A.Robert Hooke B.Mathias Schleiden C.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek D.Rudolf Virchow

46 Which of the following scientists played the most important role in the development of cell theory? A.Robert Hooke B.Mathias Schleiden C.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek D.Rudolf Virchow

47 Which of the following scientists was the first to observe living cells? (Hint: Observed pond water in his microscope) A.Robert Hooke B.Mathias Schleiden C.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek D.Rudolf Virchow

48 Which of the following scientists discovered that all animals are made of cells? A.Robert Hooke B.Mathias Schleiden C.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek D.Theodor Swann

49 Which of the follow scientists discovered that all plants are made of cells? A.Robert Hooke B.Mathias Schleiden C.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek D.Theodor Swann

50 Which of the follow scientists discovered that all plants are made of cells? A.Robert Hooke B.Mathias Schleiden C.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek D.Theodor Swann E.Rudolph Virchow

51 The cell membrane is labeled as what letter? D

52 The golgi body is labeled as what letter? A

53 The ER (endoplasmic reticulum) is labeled as what letter? F

54 Which type of cell makes its own food with chloroplasts? A. Plant B. Animal

55 The cytoplasm is labeled as what letter? C

56 The mythocondria is labeled as what letter? E

57 The organelle that is a large compartment used for storage (waste) is called the: A.cell wall. B.ribosome. C.vacuole. D.mitochondria.

58 The basic unit of structure and function in living things is the A.Cell B.nucleus C.membrane D.chloroplast

59 Thin structure that surrounds a cell is known as __. a. a nucleus. b. a cell membrane. c. cytoplasm. d. a vacuole.

60 The control center of a cell is the a.cell wall b. organelles c. cytoplasm d. nucleus

61 Small, round structures in a cell that make proteins are known as a. cellulose. b. ribosomes. c. vacuoles. d. mitochondria.

62 Animal cells have all of the following except a. ribosomes. b. mitochondria. c. vacuoles. d. a cell wall.

63 Plant and animal cells usually _______ than bacterial cells. A.Smaller B.Bigger C.Double D.triple

64 Usually, the largest organelle in a cell is the ____. A. chromatin B. vacuole C. nucleus D. lysosome

65 A.Theodor Schwann B.Antonie van Leeuwenhoek C.Rudolph Virchow D.Matthias Schleiden E.Robert Hooke All animals are made up of cells. 31. Cells divide to make new cells. 32. Cork is made up of little empty boxes called cells. 33. made a simple microscope that could magnify up to 270 times 34. All plants are made up of cells. A C E B D

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76 He advanced the cell theory with his conclusion that cells could only come from other cells: A.Anton van Leeuwenhoek B.Rudolph Virchow C.Theodor Schwann D.Robert Hooke Which of the following is NOT one of the main components of the cell theory? A. cells must contain DNA B. all living things are made of cells C. cells can only come from other cells D. cells are the basic unit of life

77 Contains the majority of the cell genetic information A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle 3

78 The entire cell is surrounded by A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle 4

79 Unicellular organism that lack a membrane bound nucleus A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle 5

80 Directs most of the activities of the cell A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle 6

81 Organism whose cells contains membrane bound nucleus A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle 7

82 Large organelle near the center of the cell A.Anton Van Leeuwenhoek B.Robert Hooke C.Schleiden, Schwann and Virchow D.Cell membrane E.Cell theory F.Eukaryotic G.Prokaryotic H.True I.False J.Nucleus K.Organelle 8

83 Cell theory Living things are made of cells. Cell can divide, reproduce Cell is the small unit of living things

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