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Transcript
Final Jeopardy
About that
cell life
Cell Jeopardy
Biology
baby
Parts of me Cant you
and others tell I’ve got
cells
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What the
cell?
200
400
600
800
1000
2
I created the first crude
microscope to examine
“chambers”, which I called
cells.
3
Who is Robert
Hooke
4
This type of microscope uses a
beam of electron to magnify an
image.
5
Bonus:
First scholar with
their hand raised.
What is an Electron
Microscope?
6
This is a part of a cell that
is attached or flowing
throughout the cytoplasm of
a cell.
7
What is an organelle?
8
I helped add to the last part
of cell theory. I stated that all
cells come from existing cells.
9
Who is Rudolph
Virchow?
10
.
What are three parts that
are different between a
plant and animal cell?
11
What are
1) Chloroplast
2) Cell Wall
3) A larger Vacuole
12
Proteins are made by
this organelle
13
What is a ribosome?
14
This organelle makes
ATP
15
Bonus:
What is a mitochondria?
16
This is a system of
membranes that usually
surround the nucleus.
They are used to package
PROTEINS and materials
for export out of the cell.
17
What is endoplasmic
reticulum?
18
What type of cell is this?
19
Bonus:
What is a plant cell?
20
Name this structure found in
plant cells & animal cells, but
are larger in plant cells than
animal cells.
21
What is:
A vacuole
22
This is a structure only found in
plant cells. It gives plants their
color.
23
Bonus:
What is Chloroplast?
24
Eukaryotes have these which
are the control center of cells.
25
What is a nucleus?
26
This organelle processes
proteins (adds carbohydrate
to proteins made by
ribosomes, nutrients, and
other materials and sends
them out of the cell. It’s the
packaging center of a cell.
27
What is the golgi
apparatus?
28
This material is made from
ribosomes attached to the
endoplasmic reticulum.
29
Bonus:
What is Protein?
30
Inside chromosomes lies this
genetic information needed to
copy a cell.
31
Bonus:
What is DNA?
32
This organelle digests worn
out, damaged, or foreign
organelles?
33
What is a lysosome?
34
This is the tail-like whip
that allows some
organisms to move?
35
What is Flagella?
36
What are the 3 parts to
cell theory?
37
1. All living things are made of one or more cells.
2. Cells carry out all life functions. (Basic unit of
organization in organisms)
3. New cells come only from other living cells.
38
The quality of making an
image larger than its actual
size.
39
Bonus
What is magnification?
40
What is the jellylike substance
inside a cell that holds all of the
organelles?
41
What is the cytoplasm?
42
What is the
organelle
responsible of
protecting the
cell and
allowing
materials in
and out of a
cell?
43
What is the Cell Membrane?
44
In 1838, I came up with the
theory that all plant cells
are made of cells?
45
Bonus:
Who is Matthias Schleiden?
46
What type
of cell is
this?
47
What is an animal cell?
40
.
his
e substance.
49
What is Cytoplasm?
50
I am a Dutch scientist who
created his own
microscope. I observed a
sample of pond scum, in
which I discovered various
organisms.
51
Who is Anton Van Leeuwenhoek?
52
How much are
you willing to
wager?
Discuss
What
are the
4 common features
with
your group
of all
cells?
53
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cell Membrane
Cytoplasm
Ribosomes
DNA