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Chapter 7 Review

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Who used a compund mircoscope to see chambers with a cork and named them "cells"?
Robert Hooke
Q: Which cell does NOT contain a nucleus?
Prokaryote Cell
Q: Which of the following is NOT a principle of the cell theory?
Very few cells are able to reproduce.
Q: Which of the following is a function of the nucleus?
Stores DNA
Q: Which of the following organisms are prokaryotes?
Bacteria
Q: Which organelles are involved in energy conversion?
Mitochondria and Chloroplasts
Q: You will NOT find a cell wall in which organism?
Animals
Q: Which organelle would you expect to find in plant cells but not in animal cells?
Chloroplast
Q: Which structures are involved in cell movement?
Microtubules & Mircofilaments
Q: Cilia and Flagella are made of protein filaments called?
Microtubules
Q: The name of an enzyme ends in?
-ase
Q: All organisms are made of?
Cells
Q: Cells are the units of?
Structure and functions in living things.
Q: New cells come from?
Existing Cells
Q: What features do all cell have?
All cells have a membrane and DNA.
Q: What are Transmission Electrons?
Thin slices of cell parts.
Q: What are Scanning Elections?
3D surface images.
Q: What does the Nucleus contain?
DNA instructions to make proteins
Q: The nucleus is surrounded by?
The nuclear envelope, which is a double membrane with many pores.
Q: Chromatin
Is the mass of DNA and Protein
Q: Nucleolus
Dark mass inside nucleus;synthesizes ribosomes, the rest of the cell is jelly-like cytoplasm with little organs
Q: Ribosomes
Made of protein and RNA and it makes proteins. It can be free floating around the rough E.R
Q: Smooth E.R
Has no ribosomes,it makes lipids and detoxifies drugs
Q: Golgi Apparatus
Modifies,sorts and packages
Q: Lysosomes
Full of digestive enzymes to digest things.
Q: Vacuoles
Storage in animals,food,water,waste in plants keeps cell firm.
Q: Mitochondria
Convert energy stored in sugar.
Q: Chloroplasts
Capture the sun’s energy and convert to chemical energy in sugar.
Q: Cytoskeleton
Microfilaments are small;help cells move and contract.
Q: Microtubules
Larger;involved in cell reproduction organelles called cilia and flagella.
Q: Cell Walls
Found in plant,fungi, and bacteria cells. NOT in animal cells.
Q: Cell walls also?
Give shape,support and protection.
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Which organelles are involved in energy conversion?

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Dr Birendra Kumar Mishra

Jan 5, 2017

Answer:

Mitochondria and chloroplasts involved energy conversion.

Explanation:

  1. Both the mitocondria and chloroplasts convert the energy from one to other.
  2. Mitochodrian is power house of cells. The light energy stored in the carbon bonds in the glucose molecules are converted in to easily available form of APTs molecules.
  3. The chloroplasts are the sites of photosynthesis . The light energy is stored in the form of chemical eenrgy. Thank you

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