Cell Structure And Function Review

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1.  Which of the following is not made of cells?
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2.  The first scientist to see animalcules, or tiny living things that moved, was...
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3.  Which of the following is unicellular?
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4.  A structure that is found in plant cells but not in animal cells is a...
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5.  Which structure directs all of a cell's activities?
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6.  Which organelles convert energy in food molecules into energy the cell can use?
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7.  The region between the cell membrane and the nucleus is called the...
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8.  DNA and RNA are examples of...
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9.  Plant cells store energy in starch, which is a type of...
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10.  The movement of molecules from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration is called...
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11.  _______________ are the basic unit of structure and function in living things.
12.  Chloroplasts are found only in the cells of ______________ and some other organisms.
13.  ______________ are made up of amino acids.
14.  The diffusion of water molecules through a selectively permeable membrane is called ________________.
15.  ________________ transport requires cellular energy.
16.  Robert Hooke was the first scientist to use the term cell.
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17.  A cell's structure reflects its function.
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18.  In cells, water is stored in organelles referred to as lysosomes.
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19.  Compounds cannot be broken down into simpler substances.
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20.  Inorganic compounds always contain carbon.
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21.  Cells are the basic _____________ in living things.
22.  The invention of the __________ made it possible for people to discover cells.
23.  In 1663, English scientist ____________ used his microscope to study thin slices of cork.
24.  Anton van Leeuwenhoek called the moving organisms he saw ____________, meaning "little animals."
25.  The _____________ is an explanation of the relationship between cells and living things.
26.  The cell membrane helps support and protect the cell.
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27.  Most of the cell's energy is produced in the mitochondria.
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28.  Golgi bodies function to produce proteins.
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29.  Chloroplasts are used for storage within the cell.
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30.  The variety of structure in cells reflects the differences in cell function.
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31.  Most chemical reactions within cells could not take place without ___________.
32.  In addition to providing energy for the cell, carbohydrates are important components of __________.
33.  Lipids make up most of the _____________.
34.  Proteins are made up of smaller molecules called ___________.
35.  Two types of ___________ are DNA and RNA.
36.  Osmosis is the main method by which small molecules move across the cell membrane.
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37.  Water moves into a cell by passive transport.
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38.  Water moving out of a cell causes the cell to shrink.
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39.  The movement of dissolved materials through the cell membrane without using cellular energy is called active transport.
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40.  Osmosis is a form of diffusion.
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