Cell Theory/Organelles/Function/Levels of Organization

Cell Theory/Organelles/Function/Levels of Organization Quiz Game Review 1) 1 point

Identify the organelle where photosynthesis occurs. 1) 1 point Identify the organelle where photosynthesis

occurs. ANSWER - CHLOROPLAST 2) 2 points What energy conversion takes place in

chloroplasts? ________ converts to ___________ 2) 2 points What energy conversion takes place in

chloroplasts? Radiant energy converts to chemical energy 3) 2 points What do ribosomes do?

3) 2 points What do ribosomes do? ANSWER Ribosomes make proteins

4) 3 points Identify 1 part of the cell theory. 4) 3 points Identify 1 part of the cell theory.

ANSWER 1 all organisms are made up of one or more cells 2 all cells come from preexisting cells 3 all cells carry out similar functions inside (such as processing food for energy and removing

waste) 5) 2 points What do mitochondria do?

5) 2 points What do mitochondria do? ANSWER Mitochondria convert the stored chemical energy from sugar into usable energy for the cell.

6) 2 points Why is the nucleus the brain of the cell? 6) 2 points

Why is the nucleus the brain of the cell? ANSWER The nucleus controls all cellular activity, similar to how the brain controls all bodily activity.

7) 2 points List the levels of organization from cell to organism. (From least complex to most complex)

7) 2 points List the levels of organization from cell to organism. (From least complex to most complex) ANSWER cell tissue organ organ system

- organism 8) 2 points An organ is made up of ___________ that perform a common function.

8) 2 points An organ is made up of ___________ that perform a common function. ANSWER - tissues

9) 2 points Cells have specific S_ _ _ _ _ because they have specific f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _.

9) 2 points Cells have specific S_ _ _ _ _ because they have specific f _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. ANSWER structure --- function

10) 2 points Lysosomes can be compared to what organ because of the job they perform? 10) 2 points

Lysosomes can be compared to what organ because of the job they perform? ANSWER - intestines 11) 2 points

Which organelle is like the stomach because it stores food and water getting it ready for digestion? 11) 2 points

Which organelle is like the stomach because it stores food and water getting it ready for digestion? ANSWER - vacuole

12) 2 points What is another name for genetic material? (think capital letters) 12) 2 points

What is another name for genetic material? (think capital letters) ANSWER - DNA 13) 3 points

What is the function of the cell wall? 13) 3 points What is the function of the cell wall? ANSWER the cell wall provides structure and

support for plant cells. 14) 3 points What 2 organs is the cell membrane similar to in terms of its function?

14) 3 points What 2 organs is the cell membrane similar to in terms of its function? ANSWER lungs, skin

15) 4 points Why are organisms considered more complex than cells?

15) 4 points Why are organisms considered more complex than cells? ANSWER Though cells are complex, they make up tissues, which make up organs, which

make up organ systems, which make the organism as a whole. So all the parts have to work together for the organism to survive. 16) 3 points

Identify 3 organelles found in plant cells, but not in animal cells. 16) 3 points Identify 3 organelles found in plant cells, but

not in animal cells. ANSWER chloroplast, cell wall, large central vacuole, chlorophyll 17) 2 points

Why are mitochondria nicknamed mighty mitochondria? 17) 2 points Why are mitochondria nicknamed mighty

mitochondria? ANSWER Mitochondria are responsible for providing energy to the cell. 18) 4 points

What is the difference between the nucleus and the nucleolus? 18) 4 points What is the difference between the nucleus

and the nucleolus? ANSWER The nucleus controls all cellular function because it contains the cells DNA, whereas the nucleolus is responsible for making ribosomes.

19) 5 points How was the cell theory created? 19) 5 points

How was the cell theory created? ANSWER Cell theory was created by many scientists over many years. 20) 3 points

Who discovered/came up with the term cells when viewing them under a simple microscope. 20) 3 points

Who discovered/came up with the term cells when viewing them under a simple microscope. ANSWER Robert Hooke

21) 4 points What would happen if the cell membrane disappeared? 21) 4 points

What would happen if the cell membrane disappeared? ANSWER Anything could enter or exit the cell and the cell would be destroyed.

22) 4 points What would happen to the cell if the membrane covering the lysosomes went away?

22) 4 points What would happen to the cell if the membrane covering the lysosomes went away? ANSWER The digestive enzymes in the

lysosomes would get out into the cell and begin destroying it from the inside out.

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