Cell Theory and Type O
Cell Struc and Funk
Cell Transport

100

This part of cell theory explains how every living thing is "related".
What is "All living things are made of cells."

100

This organelle holds all the DNA inside of eukaryotic cells.
What is the nucleus.

100

This process explains how molecules move from a higher concentration to a lower concentration without the input of energy.
What is diffusion.

200

This part of cell theory explains why wounds heal and how you grow over time.
What is "new cells are produced from existing cells" or "it takes a cell to make a cell."

200

This part of the cell is responsible for cellular respiration.
What is mitochondria.

200

The type of transport across a cell membrane that does not require energy.
What is passive transport.

300

ALL cells have these two things in common.
What is a CELL MEMBRANE and a CYTOPLASM.

300

Large protein molecules that float around in the cytoplasm and also are bound to to the Rough ER that are themselves responsible for the production of proteins in the cell.
What are ribosomes.

300

Molecules moving across the cell membrane from a lower concentration to a higher concentration - this type of transport requires ATP and is called:
What is active transport.

400

This type of cell makes up fungi, plants, and protists.
What is Eukaryotic or Eukaryote.

400

If a ribosome is broken and not functioning inside of the cell, this organelle will come along and break it down into its constituent amino acids - freeing up the monomers to be reconstructed into a functional protein.
What is LYSOSOME.

400

A solution where the environment outside of the cell has a higher concentration of dissolved materials than the inside of the cell.
What is HYPERtonic solution.

500

This type of cell lacks internal organelles (but has ribosomes) and is ONLY single celled.
What is Prokaryotic or Prokaryote.

500

You contract a disease that interferes with your ability to make lipids. The cell structure that this disease is attacking...
What is the Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum.

500

You put a cell into a solution where the dissolved material (solutes) are lower than on inside of the cell. The cell with respond in what way.
What is SWELL or take in water.