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Microscope & Cell Review. Ch. 15, Sections 1 & 2 2014. Round 1. Round 2. PLANT CELLS– 10 points. The shape of plant cells. Rectangular/box-like. Next Question. PLANT CELLS– 20 points. Plant cell structure that causes the box-like shape Cell wall. Next Question. PLANT CELLS– 30 points.

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microscope cell review

Microscope & Cell Review

Ch. 15, Sections 1 & 2

2014

round 1
Round 1

Round 2

plant cells 10 points
PLANT CELLS– 10 points
  • The shape of plant cells.
  • Rectangular/box-like

Next Question

plant cells 20 points
PLANT CELLS– 20 points
  • Plant cell structure that causes the box-like shape
  • Cell wall

Next Question

plant cells 30 points
PLANT CELLS– 30 points
  • Very large in plant cells, the organelle that stores water
  • vacuole

Next Question

plant cells 40 points
PLANT CELLS– 40 points
  • Plant cell structures that carry out photosynthesis
  • chloroplasts

Next Question

plant cells 50 points
PLANT CELLS– 50 points
  • The lunch ladies of our school are like this plant organelle because they make the food.
  • chloroplasts

Next Question

animal cells 10 points
ANIMAL CELLS– 10 points
  • The shape of animal BLOOD cells
  • Tiny, spherical (other animal cells can have various odd shapes—usually their shape has something to do with their function)

Next Question

animal cells 20 points
ANIMAL CELLS– 20 points
  • The outer covering of an animal cell
  • Cell membrane

Next Question

animal cells 30 points
ANIMAL CELLS– 30 points
  • An organelle that would be abundant in the muscle cells of animals because it produces energy from food.
  • mitochondria

Next Question

animal cells 40 points
ANIMAL CELLS– 40 points
  • Organelles that break down worn-out cell parts and other wastes in an animal cell
  • Lysosomes (remember “lys”= to break)

Next Question

animal cells 50 points
ANIMAL CELLS– 50 points
  • The doors of our school would be like this part of an animal cell because they let certain things in/out.
  • Cell membrane

Next Question

cell theory 10 points
CELL THEORY– 10 points
  • The term that refers to what something is made of and how its parts are put together is _________.
  • structure

Next Question

cell theory 20 points
CELL THEORY– 20 points
  • The term that refers to all of the processes that allow a living thing to live, grow, and reproduce is ______________.
  • functions

Next Question

cell theory 30 points
CELL THEORY– 30 points
  • The first scientist known to have observed cells under a microscope when he looked at cork.
  • Robert Hooke

Next Question

cell theory 40 points
CELL THEORY– 40 points
  • All living things are made of ________.
  • cells

Next Question

cell theory 50 points
CELL THEORY– 50 points
  • According to the cell theory, where do cells come from?
  • Other cells!

Next Question

microscopes 10 points
MICROSCOPES– 10 points
  • What part is labeled with red?
  • Stage

Next Question

microscopes 20 points
MICROSCOPES– 20 points
  • What part is labeled in red?
  • Fine adjustment knob

Next Question

microscopes 30 points
MICROSCOPES– 30 points
  • What parts are labeled at (A) and (B), and how much do they magnify?
  • Objective lenses (A) 40x and (B) 4x

Next Question

microscopes 40 points
MICROSCOPES– 40 points
  • What part is labeled, and how much does it magnify objects?
  • Eyepiece, 10x

Next Question

microscopes 50 points
MICROSCOPES– 50 points
  • What would be the total magnification of an object if your objective lens has a power of 50x and your eyepiece has a power of 10x?
  • 500x (multiply eyepiece x objective lens)

Next Question

more cells 10 points
MORE CELLS– 10 points
  • The organelle labeled here, which “runs” the cell because it contains DNA.
  • nucleus

Next Question

more cells 20 points
MORE CELLS– 20 points
  • The organelle labeled here, which makes proteins
  • ribosomes

Next Question

more cells 30 points
MORE CELLS– 30 points
  • The organelle labeled here, which “processes” proteins (makes them “just right”)
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

Next Question

more cells 40 points
MORE CELLS– 40 points
  • The organelle labeled here, which packages materials made by the cell into membranes
  • Golgi apparatus (or golgi bodies)

Next Question

more cells 50 points
MORE CELLS– 50 points
  • Apply the proper labels to these blood cells at points A, B, & C. Also state a title and magnification for this microscope drawing if it was done on high power.
  • (A) cell membrane (B) nucleus (C) cytoplasm; “Blood Cells” 400x

Next Question