Biology Chapter 3 Worksheet Answers

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1 Worksheet: Chapter 3 Resee BIOLOGY Directions: Answer the complying with inquiries using your notes and textbook (pperiods 68-91)

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Describe just how the following researchers added to the advancement of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) a. Robert Hooke-
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3 1. Describe exactly how the adhering to researchers added to the advancement of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) a. Robert Hooke- Used compound microscope to look at cork cells. Gave name “cells”

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4 1. Describe how the complying with scientists added to the breakthrough of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) b. Anton van Leeuwenhoek-

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5 1. Describe how the complying with scientists contributed to the advance of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) b. Anton van Leeuwenhoek-made powerful single lens microscopic lense. One of first to look at anddefine living cells

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6 1. Describe just how the adhering to scientists added to the advance of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) c. Matthias Schleiden-

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7 1. Describe just how the complying with scientists contributed to the advancement of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) c. Matthias Schleiden -proposed all plants made of cells

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8 1. Describe exactly how the following scientists contributed to the development of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) d. Theordor Schwann-

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9 1. Describe just how the adhering to researchers added to the advance of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) d. Theordor Schwann-after talking via Schleiden, concluded that all animals were also created of cells

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10 1. Describe how the complying with researchers contributed to the advancement of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) e. Rudolf Virchow-

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11 1. Describe how the following scientists contributed to the development of the Cell Theory (5 pts.) e. Rudolf Virchow-Proposed that all cells come from pre-existing cells

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12 2. List the 3 (3) significant values of the Cell Theory (3 pts.) a. b.

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13 2. List the 3 (3) significant principles of the Cell Theory (3 pts.) a. All organisms are made of cells b. All existing cells are created by other living cells c. The cell is the many fundamental unit of life

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14 3. Complete the chart below describing the similarities and distinctions in between Eukaryotic and also Prokaryotic cells- answer either yes or no. (7 pts.) ContainsProkaryotic CellsEukaryotic Cells Has nucleus Has membrane-bound organelles Has cytoplasm Can be multicellular Considered a “living” point Has a cell wall Contains genetic material

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15 3. Complete the chart listed below describing the similarities and differences between Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells- answer either yes or no. (7 pts.) ContainsProkaryotic CellsEukaryotic Cells Has nucleus No Yes Has membrane-bound organelles NoYes Has cytoplasm Yes Can be multicellular NoYes Considered a “living” thing Yes Has a cell wall YesSome perform Contains hereditary product Yes

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16 4. Complete the chart below comparing plant and pet cells –answer either yes or no (9 pts.) ContainsAnimal cellsPlant cells Nucleus Cell wall Cell membrane Mitochondria Chloroplasts Ribosomes Large main vacuole Centrioles Lysosomes

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17 4. Complete the chart listed below comparing plant and also pet cells –answer either yes or no (9 pts.) ContainsAnimal cellsPlant cells Nucleus Yes Cell wall NoYes Cell membrane Yes Mitochondria Yes Chloroplasts NoYes Ribosomes Yes Large central vacuole NoYes Centrioles YesNo Lysosomes YesNo

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18 5. Draw and label a diagram of a typical cell membrane. Identify the adhering to structures: lipid bilayer (phospholipids), protein channels, carbohydprice chain (6 pts.)

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20 6. Decribe what is happening in Figure 3.23 on web page 86 (3 pts.) a. Isotonic solution- b. Hypertonic solution- c. Hypotonic solution-

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21 6. Decribe what is happening in Figure 3.23 on page 86 (3 pts.) a. Isotonic solution-exact same concentration of dissolved materials (water moves in and also out at equal rate) b. Hypertonic solution-solution has actually greater concentration of dissolved materials (Water concentration greater in cell than outside- water moves out of cell c. Hypotonic solution-Solution has actually lower concentration of liquified products (water moves into the cell)

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22 7. Draw and also label a typical plant cell. Label the following cell structures: cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, nucleolus, chloroplast, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum (both unstable and smooth), golgi apparatus, vacuole, ribosome

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23 8. Draw and also label a typical pet cell. Label the adhering to cell structures: cell membrane, nucleus, nucleolus, mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum (both rough and also smooth), golgi apparatus, vacuole, ribosome, centriole, lysosome, vesicle

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