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Name: __________________________________ Date: __________ Period: _____ TOC # _____
Cell: The Basic Unit of Life
1. The first _________________________________ appeared on Earth over 3.5 billion years ago.
2. _________________________ discovered the first cells. He thought they looked like
3. What is the difference between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells?
4. Which is the only kingdom of life that is made from prokaryotic cells? _______________
5. What is the structure that directs cellular activities? _____________________________
6. What do eukaryotic cells have that prokaryotic cells don’t have?
7. What features of ancient aquatic organisms made it possible for them to leave the
sea and colonize the dry land about 400 million years ago? ___________________________
8. Human and many other organisms don’t live in water. Why might a person make the
statement that all life is aquatic? _____________________________________________
9. Would you say cells, bacteria, algae, plants, or animals are the basic units of life?
Explain why you think so. ________________________________________________
10. Look at the diagrams of the plant cell and animal cell on page 29. What structures do
the plant cells have that animal cells don’t have?