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Section 1

(50 cards)

Anton Van Leeuwenhoek

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invinted the microscope. first to observe cells

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eukaryotic cell

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if a cell contains a nucleus it must be a

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chlorophyll

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Green pigments that traps light energy from the sun

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plasma membrane

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the structure most responsible for maintaining cell homeostasis is the

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homeostasis

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the process of maintaining the cells enviroment

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endoplasic reticulum

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A network of double membranes that helps to move materials through the cytoplasm is the

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organelles

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scientist have discovered that cells contain smaller specialized structures known as

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rudolf virchow

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Composed the Cell theory

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chromoplast

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when a tomato ripens and changes color form green to red, the chloroplasts uses chlorophyll and becomes a

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muscle cell

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in what cell is there more mitochiondria found than any place in your body?

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cell wall

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nonliving structures, protects and supports plant cells

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plasma membrane

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serves as a boundary between the cell and its external environment.

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Hooke

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the scientist who discovered the honey comb structure of cells was

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grana

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in a chlorolast, the stacks of membranous sacs are called

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tissues

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A group of cells similar in structure and activity

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Matthias Schliden

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first to observe living plant cells

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chloroplast

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photosynthesis takes place in this organelle of the plant cell

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by bone marrow

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how are red blood cells produced?

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plant cell

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if a cell contains a nucleus it must be a

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Robert Hooke

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named the cell

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ribosome

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the spherical organelles that are the site of protein synthesis in a cell are

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cell theory

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the cell is the unit of structure and function of all living things

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ATP

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A high energy formed inside mitochindria

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tonoplast

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membrane surrounding a vacuole

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nucleus

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contains the cells dna and manages the cells functions,

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centrioles

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function in reproduction in eukaryotic animal cells.

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eukaryotes

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cells that contain nuclei and organelles

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mitochondria

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organelles in which food molecules is broken down to produce ATP.

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glycogen

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What would not be found in a cell's plastids?

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perioxisomes

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neutralize potentially dangerous molecules within the cell sometimes forming hydrogen peroxide

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chromosomes

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when a cell is ready to reproduce, its dna is packed into

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eukaryote

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Cell having a nucleus and other membrane bound organelles

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chloroplasts

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organelles that form carbohydrates in plant cells are

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cellulose

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cell walls of multicellular plants are composed mainly of what?

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cilia

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short; hairlike projections on a cell's surface that are composed of microtubles

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prokaryotes

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cell lacking a nucleus or other membrane-bound organelles

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mitochondria

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"Power house" of the cell, furnishes energy too the cell.

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van leeuwenhoek

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the scientist who first discovered living cells as seen through a simple microscope was

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organ system

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several organs working together

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mitochondria

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rod-shaped organelles, centers of respiration

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vacuole

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Fluid-filled space within the cytoplasm; temporarily stores food

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theodore schwan

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First too observe living animal cells

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lysosomes

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cell structures that contain digestive enzymes are

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Golgi apparatus

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membrane sacs that receive and package proteins

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phospholipid bi-layer

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a plasma membrane is made up of a

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cell wall

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rigid structure outside the plasma membrane of plant cell

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prokaryote

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organisms without a nucleus such as bacteria and blue-green algae

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lysosome

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organelles is involved in the digestion of other worn-out organelles?

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ribosomes

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proteins are assembled by which organelles?

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PLASMA MEMBRANE "Heads" -lipids "Tails"-phospholipids

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these molecules have head and tails and are found in a cell membrane.

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Section 2

(8 cards)

ribosomes

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only organelle found in prokaryotes?

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cristae

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what is the inner enfolding of the mitochondria?

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In the mitochondria

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where is 95% of the energy in a cell located?

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gap junction

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what do animal cells use to "communicate" with adjacent cells

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plasma membrane

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what surrounds eukaryotes?

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Cell wall

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what is composed of cellulose?

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leucoplast

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What stores starch?

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cellulose

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what is the cell wall made up of

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