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CLEP Biology: Cell Structure And Function

Subjects : clep, science, biology
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  • Answer 19 questions in 15 minutes.
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1. Discovered that animal tissues are made of cells.






2. Unique to eukaryotic cells; anchors the organelles in place in the cell - includes three types of fibers Microfilaments - microtubules and intermediate filaments.






3. Membrane enclosed sacs containing digestive enzymes that break down proteins - carbohydrates - and fats.






4. The main sites of energy transformation in eukaryotic animal cells.






5. Discovered that plant tissues are made of cells.






6. Cells that do not contain membrane enclosed compartments. Single celled organsms roughly one micrometer long. Attached Flagellum gives the organism mobility.






7. The barrier between cells made of a bilayer or phospholipid molecules.






8. In plants only - a membrane enclosed region that serves as a toxic waste dump. The deterioration of these hastens the death of the cell and the plant.






9. In plant cells only - this organelle is responsible for photosynthesis






10. Organelle that sorts and modifies proteins from ER and prepares them for transport to specific parts of the cell.






11. A distinct structure or compartment within a eukaryotic cell that performs specific tasks.






12. Challenged the notion of spontaneous generation by postulating that cells come from pre-existing cells.






13. One of the three broad categories into which all organisms are grouped. Eukarya - Archaea - and Bacteria.






14. The simplest unit of biological organization. Term coined by Robert Hooke who invented the first microscope. Basic unit of life.






15. Scientist who successfully disproved spontaneous generation.






16. Cells containing membrane enclosed compartments. Typically 10-30 micrometers.






17. Organelle responsible for the synthesis of RNA into Proteins.






18. This type of cell is made up of dendrites and axons.






19. In plant cells only - this supports the cell shape and protects the cell.