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Who was the first person to observe and name cells?
a) Theodor Schwann b) Carolus Linnaeus c) Zacharias Jansen d) Robert Hooke
Who developed a system of classification?
a) Theodor Schwann b) Carolus Linnaeus c) Zacharias Jansen d) Robert Hooke
Who invented the first microscope?
a) Theodor Schwann b) Carolus Linnaeus c) Zacharias Jansen d) Robert Hooke
Who was one of the men who formed the basis of the cell theory?
a) Theodor Schwann b) Carolus Linnaeus c) Zacharias Jansen d) Robert Hooke
Which of the following lists these items in order from smallest to largest?
a) cells, organs, tissues, systems b) systems, organs, tissues, cells c) cells, tissues, organs, systems d) cells, systems, organs, tissues
True or False: An organism is a complete living thing.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
True or False: The scientific names of classification in order from largest to smallest are kingdom, class, order, phylum, genus, and species.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
True or False: Plants are unicellular organisms that can make their own food.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
True or False: Yogurt and your intestines contain useful bacteria.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
True or False: Organisms classified as Eubacteria, Protista, or Archaebacteria are multicellular.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
True or False: The scientific name of an organism uses its phylum and species.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
True or False: Putting organisms with similar characteristics into groups is called classification.
a) True. b) False. c) Potato. d) Salad.
Living things are made of cells. Cells can function as individual organisms or as the smallest units in a larger organism. These conclusions form the basis of _________.
a) mitosis. b) meiosis. c) the cell theory. d) the characteristics of living things.
The bubble-like storage organelles found in a cell are called _______________.
a) chromosomes. b) ribosomes. c) mitochondria. d) vacuoles.
Plants use a green pigment called _______ to absorb energy from sunlight.
a) chloroplasts b) chlorophyll c) ribosomes d) chromosomes
The DNA of a cell is packed into tight little bundles called ____________.
a) chromosomes. b) mitochondria. c) vacuoles. d) chloroplasts.
A group of cells working together is called ______________.
a) a system. b) an organelle. c) a tissue. d) a unicellular organism.
The heart, lungs, and liver are some of your body's ____________.
a) organs. b) tissues. c) cells. d) systems.
The ___________ provides the external boundary for a cell.
a) chromosomes b) nucleus c) cell membrane d) cytoplasm
The part of the cell not found in animal cells is the ____________.
a) cell wall. b) cytoplasm. c) endoplasmic recticulum. d) mitochondria.
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