LS: Chapter 1 Study Sheet for Test
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- What is the mitochondrion (mitochondria is the plural) and what does it do?
- What is the cytoplasm and what does it do?
- What organelles are found in plant cells but not in animal cells?
- What organelles are found in animal cells but not in plant cells?
- List the 3 parts of the cell theory.
- In what order do you focus the lenses of a microscope?
- What is the cell wall and what does it do?
- What is the cell membrane and what does it do?
- What are the three parts of the nucleus and what do they do?
- What is the endoplasmic reticulum and what does it do?
- What is a lysosome and what does it do?
- Explain the difference between organic and inorganic compounds.
- Identify the types of organic compounds.
- What is an enzyme and what does it do?
- What are proteins made of? What problems can be caused in the making of proteins?
- By what process and type of organism are carbohydrates made?
- What category of organic compounds has fats in it?
- List the functions of water as an inorganic compound.
- List the 4 types of cell transport.
- Which type of cell transport is the main one used by cells?
- Is diffusion active or passive transport? Explain.
- How are osmosis and diffusion different?
- How are active transport and passive transport different?
- What gives small cells an advantage over larger cells?
- What happens to a plant if you put salt water on it?
- If you look through a microscope, how can you tell that cork is a dead plant cell?
- What three cell parts could you see in an onion cell at medium power?
- Describe a cheek cell.
- What did the onion cells look like?
- Tell the difference between a plant and animal cell from a picture of it and explain why it is that type.
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