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This scientist looked at cork cells under a microscope and gave cells their name.
Who is Robert Hooke?
This scientist was the first to use these instruments (called microscopes) because of his great skill of grinding lenses
Who is Leewenhoek?
This was Virchows contribution to the Cell Theory.
What is that all cells come from preexisting cells; plant cells come from plant cells and animal cells come from animal cells.
This was Schwanns contribution to the Cell Theory.
What is that cells are the basic unit of life?
These are the three parts of the cell theory.
What is 1. Cells are the basic unit of life 2. All living things are made up of one or more cells 3. All cells come from preexisting cells?
These are three examples of organelles.
This is the semi-jelly like environment in which most of the cells activities take place.
What is the cytosol? (cytoplasm)
This organelle only occurs in the plant cell – and provides support for the cell
What is the cell wall?
This is the name of the organelle where the process of photosynthesis takes place and contains a green pigment called chlorophyll.
What is the Chloroplasts?
These balloonlike spaces within the cytoplasm store waste and food and other substances the cell cannot use right away.
What are vacuoles ?
This type of membrane only allows certain materials to cross it.
What is an selectively permeable?
This type of membrane lets nothing cross it.
What is impermeable?
This process happens when an ink blob spreads apart from a concentrated area into area where there are fewer ink particles.
What is diffusion?
The movement of water from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
What is Osmosis?
These are the three types of cell membranes.
What is 1. Selectively Permeable 2. Permeable 3. Impermeable
This is the function of the nucleus.
What is it controls all of the functions of the cell?
This is the function cell wall.
What is support?
This tough material makes cell walls thicker and more rigid than cell membranes.
What is cellulose?
These green pigment absorbs sunlight.
What is chlorophyll ?
This organelle distributes materials such as oxygen and food to different parts of the cell.
What is Cytoplasm ?
These tiny fingerlike projections in your small intestine increase this _____ to allow for more efficient absorption of nutrients.
What is surface area?: This allow for more efficient absorption of nutrients.
This component of your blood is responsible for defending against infection.
What are white blood cells?
Another name for the circulatory disorder Silent Killer.
What is High Blood Pressure?
This component of the blood carries nutrients, waste products, hormones and blood cells.
What is Plasma ?
Your bodys response to stimuli are co-ordinated by this system.
What is your nervous system ?
Plants are made up of these two types of vascular tissues.
What is Phloem tissue and Xylem Tissue?
This tissue is responsible for transporting water throughout the plant.
What is Xylem tissue?
These special structures in veins prevent blood from flowing backward.
What are valves ?
These are the smallest blood vessels.
What are capillaries ?
This process allows gas to be obtained by the respiratory system and then on to the circulatory system.
What is diffusion?
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