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This scientist completed the cell theory and helped refute the idea of spontaneous generation.
a) Louis Pasteur b) Matthias Schleiden c) Robert Virchow d) Theodor Schwann
This scientist coined the word "cell" from the cork slices he observed underneath the microscope
a) Robert Hooke b) Anton van Leeuwenhoek c) Louis Pasteur d) Matthias Schleiden
What structures do all cells have?
a) chloroplast and vacoule b) nucleus and DNA c) DNA and cell wall d) DNA and cell membrane
One component of the cell theory states that new cells arose from nonliving matter
a) True b) False c) d)
Protein synthesis occurs in which organelle?
a) Golgi apparatus b) Mitochondria c) Ribosome d) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
What organelle is considered the "boss" of the cell?
a) Nucleus b) Nucleolus c) mitochondria d) chloroplast
Lysosomes are organelles that
a) produce ATP for the cell b) packages, modifies, and transports proteins c) digest, or breakdown, lipids, carbs, and proteins d) site for storage in the cell
The nucleus includes all of the following structures EXCEPT
a) nuclear envelope b) chromatin c) DNA d) cytoplasm
What contributes to the difference in appearance of the rough endoplasmic reticulum and the smooth endoplasmic reticulum?
a) the presence of ribosomes b) the presence of lysosomes c) the presence of peroxisomes d) the presence of chromosomes
This organelle allows a plant cell to store water.
a) vesicle b) large central vacoule c) chloroplast d) lysosome
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