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100 200 300 400 500 Tiny Organs Eat your greens MembranesThe one who smelt it… But I’m so tired Potpourri
The structure associated with cellular respiration in eukaryotic cells. A 100
It merely holds DNA A 200
The site of protein synthesis. A 300
Transport canals A 400
Watery site of most metabolism in a cell. A 500
B 100 Site of photosynthesis in plant cells.
Two structures plant cells have but animal cells lack. B 200
The photosynthetic pigment. B 300
Organisms that can make their own “fuel” B 400
The part of a leaf where most photosynthesis takes place B 500
Some things can pass, some cannot. C 100
When cells expend NO energy to move material around the cell C 200
Provide channels for active transport C 300
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These extend from the surface for cell communication and recognition. C 400
Process of cell “eating” C 500
Net motion from high concentration to low concentration D 100
Diffusion of water D 200
Type of transport associated with diffusion. D 300
Solutions with more water (or other solvent) D 400
A cell shrinks in this type of solution D 500
The fuel for respiration E 100
The “energy molecule” E 200
Without air E 300
The cause of cramps and muscle fatigue E 400
A product of ALL forms of cellular respiration E 500
One of the parts of cell theory F 100
Function of a stomate F 200
The types of compounds that make up the cell membrane F 300
The difference in concentrations across a membrane F 400
The term that refers to organisms that cannot make their own fuel F 500
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What is a mitochondria? A 100
What is the nucleus? A 200
What are ribosomes? A 300
What is endoplasmic reticulum? A 400
What is cytoplasm? A 500
What are chloroplasts? B 100
What are chloroplasts and a cell wall? B 200
What is chlorophyll? B 300
What are autotrophs? B 400
What is the mesophyll? B 500
What is semi-permeable? C 100
What is passive transport? C 200
What are membrane proteins? C 300
What are receptor molecules? C 400
What is phagocytosis? C 500
What is diffusion? D 100
What is osmosis? D 200
What is passive transport? D 300
What is hypotonic? D 400
What is hypertonic? D 500
What is glucose? E 100
What is ATP? E 200
What is anaerobic E 300
What is lactic acid? E 400
What is carbon dioxide or water E 500
Do you agree? E 100
What is a regulate gas exchange in leaves? E 200
What are lipids, proteins and carbohydrates? E 300
What is the concentration gradient? E 400
What is “heterotroph?” E 500
What is the light microscope? E 500
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Vocabulary Review Goal 2- Cell and Cellular Transport.
Cell Energy Review. Describe the general chemical equation for photosynthesis. H2O+CO2—light C6H12O6+O2.
Organelles Transport Photo- synthesis Cellular.
The 3 Basic Parts of all Cells 1.Plasma Membrane 2.Cytoplasm 3.Nucleus or Nuclear Area.
Cell Bingo. Cell Bingo! Eukaryote Prokaryote Cell membrane PhospholipidsHypertonic Hypotonic Isotonic Diffusion Osmosis Active transportPassive transport.
1.What are the two parts of a solution? 2.What percentage must those two parts always add up to? 3.What is a concentration gradient? 4.What is.
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Centrioles Pairs of microtubular structures Play a role in cell division.
Cell History Membrane Transport Cell TypesOrganelles.
Unit 2: Cell Biology 2.1 Cell Theory:
Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. What is Photosynthesis?
Organelles Transport Random IRandom II
Cell Processes 1 1. Metabolism Cells obtain energy from their environment and then change it into a useable form It is the building up and breaking down.
Maintenance of Living Things
Chemical Compounds Molecule Movement Photosynthesis Compound Functions Misc. Cellular Respiration.
1 2 All About Energy 3 Aerobic Respiration 4 Anaerobic Respiration.
With your host/hostess, Your classmate Class Review Jeopardy.
CHAPTER 3 and CHAPTER 4. Compounds Two or more elements that are chemically combined. Pages
THIS IS With Host... Your Cell Structure & Function Photo- synthesis Cellular Respiration Cell Growth& Division Cell Transport.
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