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Life Science SOL LS.1, LS.2 & LS.3

Life Science SOL LS.1, LS.2 & LS.3

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Life Science SOL LS.1, LS.2 & LS.3

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  1. Life ScienceSOL LS.1, LS.2 & LS.3 Nadean Moore

  2. The cell theory states: • All cells are microscopic. • All living things are made of cells. • Plant cells are larger than animal cells. • All cells need oxygen.

  3. What instrument was most important in the development of the cell theory? • Telescope • Slide • Thermometer • Microscope

  4. Which of the following is part of the cell theory? • All cells have a nucleus. • Plant and animal cells contain some of the same organelles. • Living cells come only from other living cells. • Cells go through a cell cycle.

  5. In an experiment the part that is being observed or measured to see if it changes is the: • Dependent variable • Hypothesis • Independent variable • Conclusion

  6. Cells that have the same function group together to form: • Tissues • Organs • Organ systems • Unicellular organisms

  7. Division of labor is usually a characteristic of _______ organisms. • Unicellular • Multicellular • Living • Extinct

  8. This process is sometimes called cell division. • Mitosis • Divisibility • Photosynthesis • Symbiosis

  9. In the scientific method which of the following would usually be done last? • Forming a hypothesis • Stating a conclusion • Recording and analyzing data • Testing the hypothesis

  10. What is the part of an experiment that you purposely manipulate (change)? • Dependent variable • Research • Independent variable • Data

  11. Which of the following organisms is unicellular? • Plant • Animal • Egg • Bacteria