Euk Got It!
Kingdom Plantae
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Parts of parts
No Cell Left Behind

100

All eukaryotes have this important organelle, which stores the DNA and controls cell activities.

What is the nucleus?

100

The rigid layer that surrounds the cell membrane in plants.

What is the cell wall?

100

The entire structure shown below:

What is a cell or plant cell?

100

This is the important genetic material found inside the nucleus.

What is DNA?

100

The flexible covering of the cell that controls what comes in and out.

What is the cell membrane?

200

The powerhouse of the cell, it turns glucose sugars into ATP.

What is the mitochondrion?

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What are the mitochondria?

200

The organelle that absorbs sunlight to produce sugar for the plant.

What is the chloroplast?

200

What is a mitochondrion/ mitochondria?

200

These small organelles are attached to the rough endoplasmic reticulum.

What are ribosomes?

200

Jelly-like fluid that fills the cell (much like watery jello)

What is cytoplasm?

300

Contain digestive enzymes that break down and recycle old cell parts.

What are lysosomes?

300

Large structure that is typically filled with water.

What is the central vacuole?

300

What is the endoplasmic reticulum?

300

This dark spot inside the nucleus is responsible for producing ribosomes.

What is the nucleolus?

300

Genetic material that all cells have

What is DNA?

400

The four eukaryotic kingdoms.

What are Kingdom Plantae, Animalia, Protista and Fungi?

400

This is the typical plant cell shape?

What is rectangular or box-shaped?

400

What is a prokaryotic cell/ bacteria?

400

Lysosomes contain these, and it allows the lysosome to break down worn out organelles, debris and ingested particles.

What are digestive enzymes?

400

These small organelles connect amino acids to form proteins.

What are ribosomes?

500

The packaging center of the cell.

What is the Golgi Apparatus?

500

The green pigment found inside chloroplasts that absorbs the sunlight.

What is chlorophyll?

500

What are lysosomes?

500

The basic building blocks of proteins

What are amino acids?

500

The first person to give the name "cell" to our basic units of life, and who Mrs. Renault has a science crush on.

Who is Robert Hooke?