Biology
Microscope
Animal & Plant Cells
More about Animal and Plant cells...
Fungus
100

The study of Life.

What is Biology?

100

This prefix means small.

What is micro?

100

It protects the cell and allows certain substances to pass in and out.

What is the cell membrane?

100

This structure, found in plant cells, helps them keep their shape.

What is the cell wall?

100

A type of fungi that grows on old bread.

What is mold?

200

Something that is living.

What is an organism?

200

The part you look through.

What is the eyepiece?

200

Gel like substance inside a cell.

What is cytoplasm?

200

These use light to produce food for a plant by photosynthesis.

What are chloroplasts?

200

Mushrooms, mold, mildew, and yeast are examples.

What are types of fungus?

300

A scientist who studies living things.

What is a Biologist?

300

The light source of a microscope.

What is the illuminator?

300

Cell structure that helps control functions of the cell.

What is a nucleus?

300

Two things that a plant cell has that an animal cell does not.

What are chloroplasts and a cell wall?

300

This fungus is white greyish and grows in damp, warm conditions.

What is mildew?

400

Smallest unit of an organism.

What is a cell?

400

This flat surface holds the slide to be examined.

What is the stage?

400

Cell structure that converts food into energy.

What are mitochondria?

400

There are one or two large ones in the middle of a plant cell.

What are vacuoles?

400

This fungus is used in making bread.

What is yeast?

500

4 Characteristics of Organisms.

What are

1. they grow       2. they reproduce

3. respond to their environment

4. consume food or make their own

?

500

These are used to move the stage up and sown to see more clearly.

What are focusing knobs?

500

What cell structure stores food and nutrients and stores waste products.

What are vacuoles?

500

The cell wall of a plant cell is made mostly of this substance.

What is cellulose?

500

Two ways fungus cells are different from plant cells.

What are cell walls made of chitin (not cellulose) and they have no chloroplasts?

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