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Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells A View of the Cell
The Cell Theory Famous Scientists Plasma Membrane Eukaryotic Cell Structure Structure of Plasma Membrane Eukaryotic Cell Structure II 100 200 300 400 500
The name given to the small box-shaped structures found in cork.
What are cells?
States: All cells are made of one or more cells and all cells come from living cells. Cells are the basic units of structure and function in an organism.
What is the Cell Theory?
All organisms are composed of one or more of these
What are cells?
The cell is the basic unit of
What is life?
All cells come from
What are pre-existing cells?
An English scientist that observed small geometric shapes in cork and named them
Who is Robert Hooke?
This scientist made observations on animals and concluded that they were composed of cells.
Who is Theodore Schwann?
He made observations on plants and concluded that they were also made of cells.
Who is Matthias Schleiden?
A scientist that first observed living cells.
Who is Anton Van Leewenhoek?
The scientist responsible for concluding that all cells must come from other cells.
Who is Rudolf Virchow?
The plasma membrane is a bilayer of
What are phospholipids?
When levels of waste become too high, the plasma membrane must do what
What is remove the excess/waste?
Process of maintaining the cells environment by allowing nutrients to come into the cell and waste to leave the cell.
What is homeostasis?
A process in which the plasma membrane of a cell allows some molecules into the cell while keeping others out.
What is selective permeability?
What are the two polar and non-polar parts of a phospholipid.
What is a phosphate head and lipid (fatty acid) tail?
The flexible boundary of a cell that acts as a selectively permeable membrane.
What is the Plasma or Cell Membrane?
The organelle that contains the blueprints for making the entire organism
What is the nucleus?
DNA or strands of genetic material is contained in the X shaped
What is the Chromosome?
Site where the cell assembles proteins. These organelles are not contained by a membrane
What are ribosomes?
Numerous biochemical activities happen here, including the production and storage of lipids and proteins
What is the smooth endoplasmic reticulum?
The primary components of cellular membranes. They are insoluble in water and are non-polar.
What are lipids?
The model of the plasma membrane is called the fluid mosaic model because the membrane is said to be
What is flexible?
The two fatty acid tails of the phospholipid are said to be what, which means avoids water.
What is non-polar?
Proteins that allow needed substances or wasts materials to move across the plasma membrane.
What are transort proteins?
This keeps the fatty acid tails from sticking together
What is cholesterol?
Membrane bound organelles that transform energy for the cell
What are mitochondria?
Composed of microtubules and microfilaments that are associated with cell shape and assist organelles in moving place to place.
What is the cytoskeleton?
Organelles that are responsible for digesting or engulfing food particles, viruses and/or bacteria
What are lysosomes?
Names of the 2 structures on the cells surface used for locomotion and/or feeding
What are cilia and flagella?
The name of the group of plant organelles that are used for storage, which chloroplast belongs to. They are named according to their color or the pigment they contain
What are plastids?
FINAL JEOPARDY CATEGORY Prokaryotic Cell
List all the organelles in a prokaryotic cell.
Prokaryotic cells have no organelles
Unit Overview – pages The Life of a Cell A View of the Cell The Discovery of Cells.
Chapter 7: A View of the Cell 7.1. The Discovery of Cells.
Cell Structure & Function. The Cell The cell is the smallest unit of life that can carry out life processes.
Chapter 7. English scientist who used an early light microscope to study nature. Looked at cork (dead plant cells) under a microscope. He observed.
C7- A View of the Cell. A View of the Cell 7-1 Discovery of Cells 7-2 Plasma Membrane Plasma MembranePlasma Membrane 7-3.
1. The images have been made by three different types of microscopes. How do the images differ? 2. What kinds of information might scientists gather with.
Relate advances in microscope technology to discoveries about cells and cell structure. A VIEW OF THE CELL THE DISCOVERY OF CELLS CHAPTER 7.1:Objectives.
Chapter 7 Section 1. Before microscope were invented, people believed that diseases were caused by curses and supernatural spirits. Microscopes enable.
Chapter Intro-page 170 Cells are the foundation for the development of all life forms. Birth, growth, death, and all life functions begin as cellular.
Cell Structure. Two Cell Types 1. Prokaryotic Cells- Simple cells made up of a cell wall, cell membrane, cytoplasm, and DNA. They do not have membrane.
A view of the cell The Discovery of Cells. Light microscopes Anton van Leeuwenhoek created and used first simple light microscope Anton van Leeuwenhoek.
Chapter Contents – page viii Chapter 7 A View of a CellA View of a Cell 7.1: The Discovery of CellsThe Discovery of Cells 7.1: Section CheckSection Check.
Ch 4 CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION. The Cell The cell is the smallest unit of life that can carry out life processes.
Section 7.1 Summary – pages The Cell Theory Before microscopes were invented, people believed that diseases were caused by curses and supernatural.
Chapter 7 A View of the Cell I. The Discovery of Cells A. The History of the Cell Theory 1. What are cells? Basic unit of living organisms 2. Anton van.
NOTES – CELL DISCOVERY History of Cells Robert Hooke: uses microscope to look at cork - called the chambers he saw “cells” Anton van Leeuwenhoek: first.
The Cell Structures and Functions Chapter 7 Sections 1, 2, and 3.
A View of the cell Ch. 7. Before the microscope, many believed that diseases were caused by curses and supernatural spirits.
Jeopardy Chapter 7-Cells A View of the Cell. The Cell Theory Organell es Plasma Membrane Eukaryotic Cell Structure Plant vs Animal Cells Eukaryotic Cell.
Cells. Long, Long Ago…. Before microscope, people thought that diseases were caused by curses and supernatural spirits Microscopes enabled scientists.
Identify structures and functions of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells; plant and animal cells.
Eukaryotes vs Prokaryotes Plasma Membrane. All cells contain organelles Small, specialized structures Has a specific function in the cell Prokaryotes.
CELLS Chapter 7.1. CELL BIOLOGISTS Anton van Leeuwenhoek - Dutch lens maker who developed the first simple microscope Anton van Leeuwenhoek - Dutch lens.
CELLS Chapter 7.2. CELL THEORY Anton van Leeuwenhoek - Dutch lens maker who developed the first simple microscope Anton van Leeuwenhoek - Dutch lens maker.
THE CELL “The smallest unit that can carry out all the processes of life.” Why are they important? Click the pic.
THE CELL “The smallest unit that can carry out all the processes of life.”
Cell Structure and Function Chapter 7 Biology Miller Levine.
Standard 1: Cell Biology The fundamental life processes of plants animals depend on a variety of chemical reactions that occur in specialized areas of.
CELLS The Introductory level of Cells By Mr. Hulscher.
Cell Types Review and Plasma (cell) membrane Section 2 Objectives – page 175 Section Objectives Relate the function of the plasma membrane to the fluid.
Which of the following organisms do NOT have cell walls? 1.plants 2.fungi 3.bacteria 4.animals.
Biology CHAPTER 7 CELL STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION 7.1: THE CELL THEORY: LETS MEET THE PLAYERS Anton Van Leeuwenhoek Discovered: red blood cells, bacteria,
INTRODUCTION TO CELLS. History of the Cell Robert Hooke, 1665 Anton von Leeuwenhoek, 1674 Matthias Schleiden, 1838 Theodor Schwann, 1839 Rudolph Virchow,
A View of the Cell Unit #2. The History of the Cell Theory Light microscopes Light microscopes Anton van Leeuwenhoek created and used first simple light.
Objectives List scientists who contributed to the cell theory List the components of the cell theory Compare prokaryote and eukaryote cells Label a plant.
The Cell The cell is the smallest unit of life that can carry out life processes.
3.2 Cell Organelles KEY CONCEPT Eukaryotic cells share many similarities.
Chapter 7 A View of the Cell. 7.1 The Discovery of Cells Section Objectives Relate advances in microscope technology to discoveries about cells and.
Cell Discovery Unknown before the invention of the microscope – Cells too small to see with eyes Robert Hooke – 1665 – Simple microscope to look at cork.
A Tour of the Cell. Discovery of cells needed microscopes 1665 – Robert Hooke observes “boxes” in cork bark; he calls them cells – Anton van Leeuwenhoek.
A View of the Cell Chapter 7 Notes. Microscopes The microscope was invented by Leeuwenhoek. A compound light microscope has a series of lenses and.
Vocabulary Review Cells. Smallest Unit of Life CELL.
Cell Structure and Function. Cells Smallest living unit Most are microscopic.
6/14/2016SB1a1 Cell Structure and Function. 6/14/2016 SB1a 2 Students will analyze the nature of the relationships between structures and functions in.
Cell Structure and Function. It wasn’t until the 1600s that scientists were able to use microscopes to observe living things.
Let’s get started... Who’s Who Identifying Cells OrganellesDiffusion Levels of Organization Dip in the MIX $ 200 $ 200$200 $ 200 $ 200 $400 $ 400$400.
CHAPTER 7: A VIEW OF THE CELL THE DISCOVERY OF CELLS!! ▸ 1.THE FIRST MICROSCOPIST: ▸ ANTHON VAN LEEUWENHOEK –A. MID 1600'S –B. HIS MICROSCOPE HAD ONE LENS.
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