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C and E Chapter 1 Cells
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What are ribosomes?
What is a eukaryote?
What are mitochondria?
What is a prokaryote?
What is the nucleus?
What are cells?
What are multicellular organisms?
What is stimulus (stimuli)?
What is the cytoplasm?
What is oxygen and nitogen?
What is resolution?
Who was Anton van Leeuwenhoek?
What is a cell wall?
What are heterotrophs?
What is homeostasis?
What is chromatin?
What is an autotroph?
Who is Robert Hooke?
What is a compound microscope?
What is cellulose?
What is spontaneous generation?
What is magnification?
What is development?
What are organelles?
What are chloroplasts?
A change in an organism's environment that causes a reaction
These organelle capture energy from the sun and turn it to food ( in plant cells only)
The dense in cells portion containing nucleic acid is the
An organism's ability to maintain stable internal conditions
These are the major gases in the atmosphere today
The ability to clearly distinguish the individual parts of an object
These are the tiny cell structures that carry out specific functions within a cell
The region between the cells membrane and the nucleus
This organelle is more numerous in active cells such as muscles
The first scientist to see animalcules, or tiny living things
This is the change an organism goes through to become an adult
This is the ability to make things look larger
He was the first scientist to use the term "cell"
An organism whose cell contain a nuclei are called
A structure that provides support and is found in only plant cells
The cell walls in plants and bacteria are made of
These are the basic unit of structure and function in living things
These organism are made up of many cells
In the nucleus, this contains the instructions that direct the functions of the cell
The grain like organelles (made in the nucleolus) that make proteins
These organisms depend on others to make their food
This type of microscope has more than one lens
These do not have a nucleus ( like bacteria)
An organism that can manufacture it's own food
Francesco Redi disproved this theory by showing flies did not arise from meat

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An organism's ability to maintain stable internal conditionsWhat is homeostasis?
A structure that provides support and is found in only plant cells What is a cell wall?
This organelle is more numerous in active cells such as musclesWhat are mitochondria?
He was the first scientist to use the term "cell"Who is Robert Hooke?
These are the basic unit of structure and function in living thingsWhat are cells?
An organism that can manufacture it's own foodWhat is an autotroph?
This is the ability to make things look largerWhat is magnification?
These are the tiny cell structures that carry out specific functions within a cellWhat are organelles?
In the nucleus, this contains the instructions that direct the functions of the cellWhat is chromatin?
The grain like organelles (made in the nucleolus) that make proteinsWhat are ribosomes?
A change in an organism's environment that causes a reactionWhat is stimulus (stimuli)?
The ability to clearly distinguish the individual parts of an objectWhat is resolution?
These organelle capture energy from the sun and turn it to food ( in plant cells only)What are chloroplasts?
The region between the cells membrane and the nucleusWhat is the cytoplasm?
An organism whose cell contain a nuclei are calledWhat is a eukaryote?
This is the change an organism goes through to become an adultWhat is development?
The first scientist to see animalcules, or tiny living thingsWho was Anton van Leeuwenhoek?
Francesco Redi disproved this theory by showing flies did not arise from meatWhat is spontaneous generation?
These are the major gases in the atmosphere today What is oxygen and nitogen?
The cell walls in plants and bacteria are made of What is cellulose?
These organism are made up of many cellsWhat are multicellular organisms?
The dense in cells portion containing nucleic acid is theWhat is the nucleus?
These organisms depend on others to make their foodWhat are heterotrophs?
These do not have a nucleus ( like bacteria)What is a prokaryote?
This type of microscope has more than one lensWhat is a compound microscope?