Name That
Scientists
Organelles
Small Stuff
Cell Membrane

100

Holes in the Plasma Membrane
What is Cellular Pores

100

Found the simple microscope
What is Anton Leeuwenhoek

100

Helps with cell division
What is Centrioles

100

Basic unit of life
What is Cell

100

Maintains flexability of the cell membrane
What is Cholesterol

200

Moves raw protein products from the Rough ER to the Golgi Body
What is Transition Vesicles.

200

First to see the Nucleus
What is Robert Brown

200

Makes proteins for outside the cell
What is Rough ER

200

Structures found within a cell that have specific function
What is organelle

200

Not Cell membrane....but 2 proteins that make up the cytoskeleton
What is microtubules and microfilaments

300

Just the Intracellular Fluid
What is cytosol

300

First to see Cells
What is Robert Hooke

300

Makes ribosomes
What is nucleolus

300

First organism on earth as
What is a prokaryote

300

Allows the proteins/amino acids to enter the cell during endo membrane transport
What is cell membrane

400

Function of folds in the body
What is to increase surface area and make it more efficient

400

Invented the compound microscope
What is Janseen

400

Organelle that takes light energy and converts it to chemical energy
What is choloroplasts

400

List 4 structures that Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes have in common
What is Cell Membrane, Ribosomes, Genetic Material, Cell Wall **

400

2 examples of surface carbohydrates
What is glycoproteins and glycolipids

500

Individual Green Disks in choloroplasts Stack of Green DIsks in choloroplasts Empty space in the chloroplasts and helps with photosynthesis
What is Thylakoid, Grana, Stroma

500

3 parts of the cell theory and who contributed
What is ALl cells come from other cells Cells are the basic unit of life All Living things have cells Schledian, Schwann, Virchow

500

This organelle makes its own organic food molecule
What is Chloroplasts

500

4 differences between Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes
What is Eukaryotes: larger, more complex, have membrane bound organelles, genetic material is rod shaped Prokaryotes: smaller, NO membrane bound organelles, genetic material is circular, divide by binary fission

500

Transmembrane Proteins allow what type of molecules in? Example? Cellular pores allow what molecules in? Example
What is Transmembrane proteins allow in Large, charged molecules such as Glucose Cellular Pore allow small and uncharged particles. Examples: Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide