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The Cell and Characteristics of Life Review . Gel-like fluid where many different organelles are found. c ytoplasm. c ell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion. Captures energy from sunlight and produces food . chloroplast.

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Gel-like fluid where many different organelles are found

cytoplasm

cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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Captures energy from sunlight and produces food

chloroplast

cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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Directs all cell activities

nucleus

cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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Rigid layer that supports and protects plant cells

cell wall

cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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Controls what enters and leaves the cell

cell membrane

cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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Protects the nucleus; allows materials to enter and leave the nucleus

nuclear membrane

cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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cell membrane nucleus nuclear membrane cytoplasm

cell wall chloroplast vacuole mitochondrion

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According to the Cell Theory, which of the following statements is NOT true?

A. All plants are made of cells.

B. Skin cells divide to produce new skin cells

C. One-celled bacteria are unicellular living organisms

D. Cells can form from non-living matter

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Euglena are one-celled organisms that can make their own food. The cell of an individual euglena contains a nucleus. These organisms live in freshwater environments. Which term best describes euglena?

A. multicellular

B. prokaryotic

C. consumer

D. unicellular

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All cells have

A. a nucleus

B. a cytoplasm

C. a chloroplast

D. a cell wall

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Which of the following would be found in the cells of a cabbage plant, but not in the cells of a butterfly?

A. mitochondria

B. cytoplasm

C. chloroplast

D. nucleus

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An organism’s ability to maintain stable internal conditions is called

A. homeostasis

B. endoplasmic reticulum

C. heterotrophy

D. stimulus

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Match the characteristic of living things to the example.

The female pink salmon lays from 1,000 to 2,000 eggs

Reproduce

Reproduce Organization Respond to Stimuli

Grow and Develop Need and Use Energy

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Match the characteristic of living things to the example.

A cheetah sprints after a young gazelle.

Need and Use Energy

Reproduce Organization Respond to Stimuli

Grow and Develop Need and Use Energy

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Match the characteristic of living things to the example.

A flea changes from an egg to a larva to an adult.

Grow and Develop

Reproduce Organization Respond to Stimuli

Grow and Develop Need and Use Energy

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Match the characteristic of living things to the example.

You flinch as the door slams.

Respond to Stimuli

Reproduce Organization Respond to Stimuli

Grow and Develop Need and Use Energy

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Match the characteristic of living things to the example.

Cells form tissues – tissues form organs – organs form organ systems.

Organization

Reproduce Organization Respond to Stimuli

Grow and Develop Need and Use Energy

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Give an example of a producer.

algae

plants

cyanobacteria