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If a cell is in a solution that has a lower concentration of solute and the cell swells it is in a:
a) hypotonic solution b) hypertonic solution c) ionic solution d) the shower
The continuous movement but with no overall change is called:
a) dynamic equilbrium b) homeostasis c) diffuision d) osmosis
Diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called:
a) osmosis b) diffusion c) facilitated diffusion d) active transport
Cilia and flagell ar not just used for movement they also:
a) move substances along the surface of the cell b) hold neighboring cell in a fixed position c) protect the cell by whipping harmful cells d) transmit waste material away from the cell
An organelle only found in animals is:
a) lysosomes b) golgi apparatus c) mitochondria d) ribosomes
He found single celled organisms in pond water:
a) Anton van Leeuenhoek b) Robert Hooke c) Mathias Schleiden d) Rudolph Virchow
He was the german zoologist involved in the cell theory:
a) Theodor Schwann b) Mathias Schleiden c) Rudolph Virchow d) Anton van Leeuenhoek
He observed cork under a microscope and called what he saw cells:
a) Robert Hooke b) Mathias Schleiden c) Theodor Schwann d) Rudolph Virchow
He added to the cell theory with information about cell division:
a) Rudolph Virchow b) Theodor Schwann c) Big Bird d) Mathias Schleiden
He was a german botanist who was involved in the cell theory:
a) Mathias Schleiden b) Theodor Schwann c) Rudolph Virchow d) The Incredible Hulk
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