White blood cells
It releases energy for the cell.
It provides structure for the cell.
It controls the activities of the cell.
It protects the cell
A euglena is an individual cell, while a volvox is a colony of cells.
A euglena uses cilia to move, while a volvox uses flagella to move.
A euglena can make its own food, while a volvox must capture its food.
A euglena only reproduces sexually, while a volvox only reproduces asexually.
All organisms are composed of many cells, which are the basic units of structure but do not perform life functions.
All organisms are composed of one or more cells, which are the basic units of structure and perform essential life functions.
All organisms are composed of many cells that have basic units with unique structures and functions.
All organisms are composed of one or more cells with the same shape and purpose but are not the basic units of structure.
A volvox uses eyespots, and an amoeba uses cilia to find food.
A volvox uses photosynthesis, and an amoeba surrounds its food.
A volvox surrounds its food, and an amoeba uses cilia to find food.
A volvox uses pseudopods to find food, and an amoeba uses photosynthesis.
It connects to the bones
It can move voluntarily or involuntarily
It interacts with several organ systems
It is a group of cells working together
Cell wall- allows things to enter and exit the cell
Ribosomes- makes proteins
DNA- the powerhouse of the cell
ER- processing center, transport center of the cell
Water in the soil
Chemicals in leaves
Light from the sun
Food from sugars
Both A and B
Both B and C
Repairing a cut on your skin
Growth of cells
Replacing cells that are worn out
All of the above
Chromosomes are reduced from 46 to 23
Make gametes- sperm and egg cells
A form of sexual reproduction
The process of cell division occurs twice (PMAT cycle)
All of the above
Both prokaryote and eukaryote
Prokaryotic- bacteria cell
Eukaryotic cell- protists
None of the above
Amoeba and paramecium
Paramecium and volvox
Volvox and euglena
Euglena and amoeba
An increase in heart rate
Increase in body temperature
Increase in oxygen demand
Increase in breathing rate
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