Microscopes and Cells

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Microscopes and Cells: A Test

A.    Living Versus Nonliving (Make a list of 5 characteristics of living things.)
1.    __________________________________________
2.    __________________________________________
3.    __________________________________________
4.    __________________________________________
5.    __________________________________________

B.    Microscopes (Provide the term for each definition)
1.    supports the eyepiece _____________________
2.    shines light through the viewed object _____________________
3.    contains the first lens looked through _____________________
4.    holds the object being viewed _____________________
5.    contains various lenses of various magnifications _____________________
6.    helps distinguish between objects close together _____________________
7.    helps make objects appear larger _____________________
8.    focuses objects at higher powers _____________________
9.    focuses objects at lower powers _____________________
10.    magnifies objects up to 2000X _____________________
11.    magnifies objects up to 200 000X _____________________

C.    Microscopes alter reality in three ways by making an object appear…
1.    _____________________
2.    _____________________
3.    _____________________

D.    Cell Types Structures (You will need some of these words more than once: cell, eukaryotic ,multicellular, prokaryoticm unicellular,  virus)
1.    cells with organelles surrounded by a membrane _____________________
2.    plant and animal cells _____________________
3.    bacteria _____________________
4.    composed of one cell _____________________
5.    basic unit of life _____________________
6.    nonliving _____________________
7.    composed of more than one cell _____________________
8.    come from other living cells _____________________
9.    not a cell _____________________
10.    cells without organelles surrounded by a membrane ___________________

E.    Cell Structures (You will need some of these words more than once: box-like, chloroplast, cytoplasm, membrane, mitochondria, nucleus, organelles, round, vacuole,  wall
1.    skin that surrounds a cell ________________________
2.    skin that surrounds a plant cell ________________________
3.    control centre for all activity ________________________
4.    short-term storage facility ________________________
5.    jelly-like fluid ________________________
6.    energy producers ________________________
7.    green structures ________________________
8.    traps sunlight and change it to chemical energy ________________________
9.    shape of a plant cell ________________________
10.    shape of an animal cell ________________________
11.    parts of a cell ________________________

F.    Cells and Movement  (You will need some of these words more than once: carbon dioxide, concentration, diffusion,  membrane, osmosis, permeable, selectively)
1.    some things can pass through but not others _________________________
2.    substances can pass through ________________________
3.    a skin or covering ________________________
4.    amount of a substance in a certain place ________________________
5.    movement from higher to lesser concentration ________________________
6.    movement via water ________________________
7.    the process by which oxygen enters cells ________________________
8.    the process by which wastes exit cells ________________________
9.    a waste gas ________________________

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