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Unit 1 review


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Unit 1 review

  2. 2. What have you learned?
  3. 3. What type of cells are these?
  4. 4. WHERE are blood cells made?*Bone marrow/connective tissue/skeletal system
  5. 5. In which organ system can you find these cells? *Bone – Skeletal System
  6. 6. Which of the following is not an example of connective tissue?
  7. 7. Where did these cells come from? *Cheek – Epithelial tissue
  8. 8. WHERE could you find these cells? *Brain What type of tissue is made up of these cells? *Nervous
  9. 9. Which statement IS part of the cell theory?a. All cells contain a cell membrane AND cell wall.b. All cells contain a nucleus.c. Cells come from pre-existing cells.d. Microscopes are needed to see cells.
  10. 10. What is the function of the cell membrane?To control what comes in and out of the cell.
  11. 11. Passive transport does NOT require energy. Which of the following is a form of passive transport? a. Osmosis b. Diffusion c. Neither d. Both a and b
  12. 12. What is a characteristic of a living thing? a. Reproduction b. Made up of cells c. Pass down traits to offspring d. All of the above *Also…metabolism & homeostasis
  13. 13. Which of the following organelles can be found in BOTH animal and plant cells? a. Cell membrane b. Cell wall c. Chloroplasts d. Lysosomes
  14. 14. In a city, which of the followingwould NOT make a good analogy for the nucleus of the cell? a. Mayor’s office b. Town Hall c. Police station
  15. 15. Which of the following terms would best complete the statement below?produces uses stores eliminates The mitochondria _____________ energy for the cell.
  16. 16. Place the following in order interms of LEAST complex to MOST Complex. Tissue Organism Organ Organ system Cell
  17. 17. Passive Transport in Red Blood Cells 600 *Greatest rateNumber of Wa ter Molecule s Diffusing (second) Beak er B Very 500 of diffusion salty 400 Beak er A A lil’ 300 salt 200 Plasma Beak er C 100 0 20 40 60 Temp erature °C
  18. 18. What would be a good problemstatement for the experimentfor which the data was shown on the previous graph?Does temperature affect osmosis in blood cells?
  19. 19. Match the organelles to thestructure description providedNucleus Jelly-like substance that contains organellesCytoplasm Bilayered membrane with poresCell membrane Contains genetic material
  20. 20. Organization of Body 21