Unit 2 Part 1 test November 18 – Gold November 19 - Purple.

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Study Guide Review Unit 2 Part 1 test November 18 GoldNovember 19 - Purple7 Characteristics of LifePage 36-37 of your SNAbility to moveAbility to growAbility to respond to stimuliAbility to reproduceAble to use energyMade up of cellsDifferent levels of organizationCell Theory Page 40 of your SNAll living things are made up of cellsCells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things.Living cells come only from other living cells.Scientists and Cell TheoryPage 40 of your SNScientistWhat they did for the cell theoryRobert HookeDiscovered honeycomb like structures in cork slice, saw cell wall. Coined the term cellAnton van LeeuwenhoekDiscovered protozoa and bacteria after examining pond waterRobert BrownDiscovered nucleus in plant cellsTheodor SchwannConcluded all living things are made of cells both plant and animalRudolf VirchowAdded third part to cell theory cells develop only from existing cellsExamples of Uni and Multi-cellularPage 42-44 of your SNUnicellularAmoebaEuglenaParameciumBacteriaMulticellularHydraRotiferDaphniaWater BearPollen and PetalLeaf, Stem, Root CellBone and Muscle CellSkin and Brain CellProkaryotic and EukaryoticPage 41 of your SNProkaryoticDoes not contain a nucleusSmaller

EukaryoticDoes contain a nucleuslargerHow are cells different within a multicellular organism?Cells have specialized functionsBone cells are specific to the bone, muscle cells are specific to muscles.Three things that compose a cell?CarbonHydrogenOxygen

Cell vs. AtomPage 45 of your SNCells are much larger than atoms

Not all cells are microscopic. Pollen and PetalLeaf, Stem, Root CellBrain and Muscle CellSkin and Bone Cell


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