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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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