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2 Parts Function More Parts Function Misc. Plasma Membrane Odds & Ends

3 Chromatin that coils up as a part of cell division. Check Your Answer Parts & Function for 1

4 chromosomes Back to the Game Board Parts & Function for 1

5 Selectively permeable membrane that regulates the flow of material in & out of the nucleus; external boundary of the nucleus. Check Your Answer Parts & Function for 2

6 nuclear envelope Back to the Game Board Parts & Function for 2

7 Selectively permeable membrane that regulates the flow of material in & out of the cell; external boundary of the cell. Check Your Answer Parts & Function for 3

8 plasma membrane Back to the Game Board Parts & Function for 3

9 Central control center for the entire cell. Check Your Answer Parts & Function for 4

10 nucleus Back to the Game Board Parts & Function for 4

11 Studded with ribosomes; canal-like membrane that transports proteins around the cell. Check Your Answer Parts & Function for 5

12 rough endoplasmic reticulum Back to the Game Board Parts & Function for 5

13 produces & packages ribosomes inside the nucleus. More Parts & Function for 1 Check Your Answer

14 nucleolus Back to the Game Board More Parts & Function for 1

15 synthesizes proteins Check Your Answer More Parts & Function for 2

16 ribosomes Back to the Game Board More Parts & Function for 2

17 threadlike structures inside the nucleus that contains the DNA (genetic coded). Check Your Answer More Parts & Function for 3

18 chromatin Back to the Game Board More Parts & Function for 3

19 site of respiration where sugar is converted to energy in the form of ATP. Check Your Answer More Parts & Function for 4

20 mitochondria Back to the Game Board More Parts & Function for 4

21 rod-shaped bodies near the nucleus used in cell division. Check Your Answer More Parts & Function for 5

22 centrioles Back to the Game Board More Parts & Function for 5

23 provides “special” packaging of proteins for export out of the cell. Misc. for 1 Check Your Answer

24 Golgi apparatus Back to the Game Board Misc. for 1

25 “suicide sac” made of digestive enzymes that eliminate waste products. Misc. for 2 Check Your Answer

26 lysosomes Back to the Game Board Misc. for 2

27 Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic What type of cell is bacteria? Misc. for 3 Check Your Answer

28 prokaryotic Back to the Game Board Misc. for 3

29 Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic Which type of cell has organelles? Misc. for 4 Check Your Answer

30 Eukaryotic Back to the Game Board Misc. for 4

31 What did scientists observe using the earliest microscopes? Misc. for 5 Check Your Answer

32 tiny organisms Back to the Game Board Misc. for 5

33 Which substance on the plasma membrane helps identify chemical signals from outside the cell? a. carbohydrate chain b. cholesterol c. membrane protein d.transport protein Plasma Membrane for 1 Check Your Answer

34 a. carbohydrate chain Back to the Game Board Plasma Membrane for 1

35 A plant cell is placed in a hypotonic solution. What will happen to the plant cell? a.It will swell. b.It will shrink. c.It will stay the same. d.It will wilt. Check Your Answer Plasma Membrane for 2

36 a.It will swell Back to the Game Board Plasma Membrane for 2

37 Which of the following is an example of passive transport? a.endocytosis b.exocytosis c.facilitated diffusion d.Na + /K + ATPase pump Check Your Answer Plasma Membrane for 3

38 c.facilitated diffusion Back to the Game Board Plasma Membrane for 3

39 Check Your Answer Plasma Membrane for 4 What types of materials are expelled from cells during exocytosis? a. large molecules such as hormones b. positive and negative ions c. small molecules such as carbon dioxide d. water and glycerol

40 a. large molecules such as hormones Back to the Game Board Plasma Membrane for 4

41 At what point in the process of diffusion is dynamic equilibrium reached? a. when the movement of the molecules stops being random b. when the molecules are mixed and stop moving c. when the rate of change in the solution slows by one half d. when there is continuous movement but no change Check Your Answer Plasma Membrane for 5

42 d. when there is continuous movement but no change. Back to the Game Board Plasma Membrane for 5

43 Odds & Ends for 1 Check Your Answer Both Schwann and Virchow developed important theories about cells in the mid 1800s. Which best explains the reason these theories were made within a few years of each other? a.Hooke’s Micrographia inspired both theories. b.New microscopes provided better viewing of cells. c.Scientists invented the microscope in the mid 1800s. d.The electron microscope was used for the first time.

44 b.New microscopes provided better viewing of cells. Back to the Game Board Odds & Ends for 1

45 Chloroplasts are organelles that convert light energy to sugars. These organelles & a cell wall are found only in plants. Which organelles are found only in animals? a.golgi apparatus b.lysosomes c.mitochondria d.ribosomes Check Your Answer Odds & Ends for 2

46 b.lysosomes Back to the Game Board Odds & Ends for 2

47 Cilia and flagella are used to move cells through watery environments. What role do these cell parts play on stationary cells? a.They hold neighboring cells in a fixed position. b.They move substances along the surface of the cell. c.They protect the cell by whipping at harmful cells. d.They transmit waste materials away from the cell. Check Your Answer Odds & Ends for 3

48 b. They move substances along the surface of the cell. Back to the Game Board Odds & Ends for 3

49 Which statement is a fundamental principle of the cell theory? a. All cells have a plasma membrane. b. Eukaryotic cells are larger than prokaryotic cells. c. Living organisms are composed of cells. d. The genetic material in cells is DNA. Check Your Answer Odds & Ends for 4

50 c. Living organisms are composed of cells. Back to the Game Board Odds & Ends for 4

51 A scientist at the polar ice cap was studying an ice sample from hundred of meters below the surface. While examining the ice, the scientist found some cells from many years ago. Using an electron microscope, the scientist identified these cell structures: a cytoskeleton, mitochondrion, nucleus, cell wall, and ribosomes. What kind of organism did the scientist find? a. animal b. bacteria c. plant d. He did not have enough information. Check Your Answer Odds & Ends for 5

52 c. plant Back to the Game Board Odds & Ends for 5


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