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Student Resource Sheet CB - 1
PRE-ASSESSMENT
INDICATOR#1 COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY
Part 1: Agree/Disagree
Read each of the statements. Respond by circling agree or disagree for each statement.
Agree
Disagree 1. All cells are formed from other cells.
Agree
Disagree 2. The first person to ever view cells under a microscope was the French
scientist, Louis Pasteur.
Agree
Disagree 3. Originally, people believed that life could appear suddenly from
non-living materials.
Agree
Disagree 4. Cell structures are visible using a hand lens and a light source.
Agree
Disagree 5. Within a cell, there are smaller structures called organelles which work to
carry out the cell’s basic processes.
Agree
Disagree 6. All cells are the same.
Agree
Disagree 7. Plant cells have structures called chloroplasts which enable the cell to
make its own food.
Agree
Disagree 8. Anton van Leeuwenhoek used a microscope to look at cork cells.
Agree
Disagree 9. The nucleus controls all of the activities within the cell.
Agree
Disagree 10. The cell wall controls the movement of materials in and out of the cell.
Part 2: Cell Structures
11. Label the cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, mitochondria, and vacuoles in Diagram 1,
“Cross Section of an Animal Cell.”
CB-3