Types of Cells
Cell Functions
Membrane Proteins
Vocabulary Matters
Cell Organelles
Chemistry of the Cell
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Cells without membrane bound organelles
What are prokaryotes ?
Cells with vacuoles, cell walls, and chloroplasts
What are plant cells?
Cells with a nucleus
What are eukaryotes?
Cells with >2000 mitochondria
What are liver cells?
Cells with long extensions that enable it to receive and transmit impulses
What is a nerve cell?
Makes ATP for use in cell
What is a mitochondrion?
Stores DNA
What is the nucleus?
Where ribosomes are made
What is the nucleolus?
Protein synthesis occurs here
What is a ribosome?
Makes proteins for export from the cell
What is the Rough ER?
Proteins attached to the cell membrane surface
What are peripheral proteins?
Hydrophilic end of a phospholipid
What is the head?
Proteins embedded in the lipid bilayer
What are integral proteins?
Double membrane enclosing hereditary material of the cell
What is the nuclear envelope?
Membrane that chooses what substances can & can not cross
What is selectively permeable?
Many hair-like organelles that aid in cell movement
What are cilia?
Membrane folds inside a mitochondrion
What are crista?
Membrane sacs where photosynthesis takes place
What is a thylakoid?
Model of the cell membrane
What is the fluid mosaic model?
Direction lipids & proteins move in a cell membrane
What is laterally?
 
What is a Golgi body?
 
What is a mitochondrion?
 
What is the rough endoplasmic reticulum?
Organelle located inside the nucleus
What is the nucleolus?
Daily Double!!
ribosomes leave the nucleus through these
What are nuclear pores?
These attached to integral proteins for holding cells together or recognizing chemical messengers
What are carbohydrates ?
Subunits making up membrane proteins
What are amino acids?
Organic molecule with a head & two tails
What is a phospholipid?
Steroids make up part of this cell structure
What is the cell membrane?
Contains sugars, water, & wastes in plant cells
What is the central vacuole?
 
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Cells Jeopardy

  1. 2. Types of Cells
  2. 3. Cell Functions
  3. 4. Membrane Proteins
  4. 5. Vocabulary Matters
  5. 6. Cell Organelles
  6. 7. Chemistry of the Cell
  7. 8. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $ 100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Types of Cells Cell Functions Membrane Proteins Vocabulary Matters Parts of a Cell Cell Chemistry
  8. 9. Cells without membrane bound organelles
  9. 10. What are prokaryotes ?
  10. 11. Cells with vacuoles, cell walls, and chloroplasts
  11. 12. What are plant cells?
  12. 13. Cells with a nucleus
  13. 14. What are eukaryotes?
  14. 15. Cells with >2000 mitochondria
  15. 16. What are liver cells?
  16. 17. Cells with long extensions that enable it to receive and transmit impulses
  17. 18. What is a nerve cell?
  18. 19. Makes ATP for use in cell
  19. 20. What is a mitochondrion?
  20. 21. Stores DNA
  21. 22. What is the nucleus?
  22. 23. Where ribosomes are made
  23. 24. What is the nucleolus?
  24. 25. Protein synthesis occurs here
  25. 26. What is a ribosome?
  26. 27. Makes proteins for export from the cell
  27. 28. What is the Rough ER?
  28. 29. Proteins attached to the cell membrane surface
  29. 30. What are peripheral proteins?
  30. 31. Hydrophilic end of a phospholipid
  31. 32. What is the head?
  32. 33. Proteins embedded in the lipid bilayer
  33. 34. What are integral proteins?
  34. 35. Double membrane enclosing hereditary material of the cell
  35. 36. What is the nuclear envelope?
  36. 37. Membrane that chooses what substances can & can not cross
  37. 38. What is selectively permeable?
  38. 39. Many hair-like organelles that aid in cell movement
  39. 40. What are cilia?
  40. 41. Membrane folds inside a mitochondrion
  41. 42. What are crista?
  42. 43. Membrane sacs where photosynthesis takes place
  43. 44. What is a thylakoid?
  44. 45. Model of the cell membrane
  45. 46. What is the fluid mosaic model?
  46. 47. Direction lipids & proteins move in a cell membrane
  47. 48. What is laterally?
  48. 50. What is a Golgi body?
  49. 52. What is a mitochondrion?
  50. 54. What is the rough endoplasmic reticulum?
  51. 55. Organelle located inside the nucleus
  52. 56. What is the nucleolus?
  53. 57. Daily Double!!
  54. 58. ribosomes leave the nucleus through these
  55. 59. What are nuclear pores?
  56. 60. These attached to integral proteins for holding cells together or recognizing chemical messengers
  57. 61. What are carbohydrates ?
  58. 62. Subunits making up membrane proteins
  59. 63. What are amino acids?
  60. 64. Organic molecule with a head & two tails
  61. 65. What is a phospholipid?
  62. 66. Steroids make up part of this cell structure
  63. 67. What is the cell membrane?
  64. 68. Contains sugars, water, & wastes in plant cells
  65. 69. What is the central vacuole?

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