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  1. Chapter 7 ReviewDiscovery of the Cell

  2. Who is credited for using a microscope to look at cork and first used the word “cell”? • Anton van Leeuwenhoek • Giovanni Faber • Robert Hooke • Captain Hook

  3. What led to the discovery of the cell? • Cell theory • Invention of the microscope • Discovery of electrons • Discovery of the nucleus

  4. Electron microscopes cannot view what? • Living things • Nonliving things • A cell • Electrons

  5. The cell theory states all of the following EXCEPT: • All living things are made up of cells • Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things • New cells are produced for existing cells • Living things produce by nonliving things


  6. A single-celled organism is also called what? • Unicellular organism • Multicellular organism • Cellular organism • An organism

  7. Which is an example of a unicellular organism? • Animals • Humans • Fungi • Bacteria

  8. What is the large membrane enclosed structure in a cell that contains DNA? • Cytoplasm • Nucleus • Cell wall • None of the above

  9. What are the two main types of Cells? • Prokaryotes and Eukaryote • Plant cells and Amphibian cells • Nucleus and cytoplasm • Sperm and Zygote

  10. What is the main difference between prokaryote and Eukaryote cells? • Prokaryote is unicellular • Eukaryote is unicellular • Eukaryote has a nucleus • There really isn’t a difference

  11. Which cell is larger and more complex? • Animal • Plant • Eukaryote • Prokaryote

  12. Which type of cell is unicellular? • Eukaryotic • Prokaryotic • Animals • Fungi

  13. Plants, animals, fungi, and protists are examples of what type of cell? • Eukaryotes • Prokaryotes • Animal • Plant

  14. If a cell or an organism contains a nucleus, the organism is a(an)… • Plant • Eukaryote • Animal • Prokaryote

  15. The levels of organization in a multicellular organism are • Cells, tissues, organs • Tissues, organs, organ systems • Cells, tissues, organs, organ system • None of the above

  16. A group of organs that work together to perform a specific function is called a (an)… • Organ system • Tissues • Organs • Cells

  17. Organisms that are made up of many cells are called... • Multicellular organisms • Unicellular organisms • Just an organism • Animals

  18. Which list below show the levels of organization in a multicellular organism from most simple to most complex? • Tissues, cells, organs, organ systems • Organs, cells, tissues, organ systems • Cells, organs, tissues • Cells, tissues, organs, organ systems

  19. How are unicellular organisms similar to multicellular organisms? • They grow and reproduce • They respond to the environment • They transform energy • All of the above are ways they are similar