Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic
Animal vs. Plant
Microscopes
Characteristics of Life
Organelles

100

This type of cell lacks a nucleus and membrane bound organelles.
What is a Prokaryote?

100

These cells contain a cell wall, chloroplast and large central vacuole.
What are Plant cells?

100

The total magnification of low power.
What is 40X

100

The ability to maintain an stable internal environment.
What is Homeostasis?

100

The control center of the cell.
What is the Nucleus?

200

An animal cell is an example of this type of cell.
What is a Eukaryotic?

200

These cells contain centrioles necessary for cell division.
What are Animal cells?

200

The number of lenses a compound light microscope uses.
What is two?

200

Living things that can interbreed and can produce viable and fertile offspring.
What is a Species?

200

This organelle is involved in making proteins.
What are Ribosomes?

300

All prokaryotes are made up of this many cells.
What is One (unicellular)?

300

This organelle is directly involved in photosynthesis.
What is the Chloroplast?

300

The other name for a dissecting microscope.
What is stereomicroscope?

300

The characteristic of life that explains why birds fly south for the winter.
What is Respond to the environment?

300

The molecule of life found in the nucleus.
What is DNA?

400

Bacteria is an example of this type of cell.
What is Prokaryotic?

400

This organelle is directly involved in cell respiration.
What is the Mitochondria?

400

This is used to adjust the amount of light entering the microscope.
What is the Diaphragm?

400

Increase in the amount of living material in an organism.
What is Growth?

400

The powerhouse of the cell.
What is the Mitochondria?

500

These cells contain a membrane bound nucleus and organelles.
What is Eukaryotic?

500

This organelle holds water in a plant cell.
What is the Vacuole?

500

The sharpness of an image.
What is Resolution?

500

All the changes that occur during an organism's lifetime.
What is Development?

500

Organelle that digests worn out cell parts.
What is the Lysosome?