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Bio 101 Cell Exam questions ME 1. What type of structure is the initial folding of a protein? 2. What is the function of hemoglobin? 3. Membranes contain what type of lipids? 4. The breakdown of a macromolecule involves the reverse of _________? 5. What does the cell wall provide? JT 1. What are fungal cell walls made of? 2. What are plant cell walls made of? 3. What is osmosis? 4. What are solutes? 5. What is selective permeability? CW 1. What is surface-to-volume ratio? 2. What type of membrane are all cells surrounded by? 3. Who invented the microscope? 4. What is the difference in prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? 5. What is the function of the nuclear envelope? CL 1. What gives the cell movement? 2. What is diffusion? 3. Exocytosis? 4. What are plant cell walls made of ? 5. What are fungal cell walls made of? GW 1. What do cilia look like? 2. What does flagella look like? 3. What is endocytosis? 4. What do centrioles do? 5. What is the cytoskeleton? WD 1. How do cells get information? 2. What is diffusion and how does its concentration move? 3. What would be the advantage or disadvantage of a smaller cell? 4. What are the three parts of the cell theory? 5. What are the two major kind of cells and what type of organisms are included in each? RM 1. What are the small molecules with a simple basic structure? 2. What is the extensive system of internal membranes? 3. Golgi bodies are collectively referred to as ______________? 4. What are the sausage-shaped organelles, about the size of a bacterial cell that is also called the powerhouse of the cell? 5. If flagella are numerous and organized in dense rows, what are they called? AP 1. What is the powerhouse of the cell? 2. What is the cell theory? 3. What does the rough er do? 4. What are the two major types of cells? 5. What is the control center of the cell? NG 1. How doe we study cells if they are too small to see? 2. What happens when phospholipid molecules are placed in water? 3. What limits the rate of the cell [diffusion?]? 4. How does diffusion work? 5. Can membrane defects cause disease? RJ 1. How do the functions of animal cells and plant cells differ? 2. How do plant cells photosynthesize? 3. What is the main function of the vacuole? 4. What are centrioles? 5. What is the difference between rough and smooth er? CJ 1. How do eukaryotic cells move in the cell?(?) 2. What do vacuoles do? 3. How is the endosymbiotic theory supported? 4. What do the cell walls do? 5. What is extracellular matrix? QK 1. Tell why the cell theory is important. 2. What is the function of the cell? 3. What are phospholipids? 4. What is the difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? 5. What is the most important part of the cell? NH 1. _______________are present in animal cells but absent in plant and fungal cells. 2. Inside the nucleus, what is wound tightly around proteins and packaged into compact units called chromosomes? 3. Each organelle has a specific function in the __________ cell. 4. ______________ collects, packages and distributes molecules manufactured in the cell. 5. What structure provides movement for animal cells? SM 1. What is the form (?) for cell eating? 2. How do cells get information? 3. What is involved with osmosis? 4. What are the three main shapes of prokaryotic cell? 5. What is the difference between heterotrophic and autotrophic?