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Study Guide for Cells Test

1. How is a plant cell different from an animal cell? 2. Why is the nucleus important to the cell?

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3. You are looking at a single cell that is green in color. How do you know it is a plant cell? 4. What is the organi ation of your own cells! starting with the smallest unit and going to the le"el of organism? #. How many times does a compound light microscope with an eyepiece lens of 12$ and an o%&ecti"e lens of 4'$ magnify o%&ects? (. What is the main difference %etween a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell? ). Why is the cell mem%rane so important to the cell? *. What is diffusion? +. What is ,smosis? 1'. What product of photosynthesis do most li"ing things need to sur"i"e? 11. What happens during photosynthesis? Which organelle does this mainly occur in? 12. What happens during respiration? What organelle does this mainly occur in? Who undergoes respiration? 13. How do you find the total magnification of a microscope? 14. -lant and animal cells are called ___________. 1#. .acteria cells are _________________. 1(. /aterials enter and lea"e the nucleus through openings in the __________________. 1). What is the gelatinlike material inside the cell mem%rane? 1*. What protects the cells of plants? 1+. What is the protecti"e layer around all cells? 2'. What are the structures within the cytoplasm of a cell? 21. What are mem%rane %ound spaces for temporary storage in cells? 22. What organelle directs all acti"ities of the cell? 23. How are %acteria helpful and how are they hamful? 24. How are %acteria and protists classified? 2#. What is waste elimination? 2(. 0i"e one e$ample of a protist that has cilia! one e$ample of protist that has pseudopods! and one e$ample of protist that has flagella. 2). What part of the microscope focuses images under low power? Also Need to Know: 1now the parts of the microscope and what they do 2use 34 in your note%ook4 1now all your organelles of plant and animal cells and the function of each 1now 3 classification of %acteria 2spiral! coccus! %acillus4 and 3 classifications of protists 2flagella! cilia! pseudopods4