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Question 1 of 13 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point) FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH A SINGLE WORD: All living organisms are made up of one or more {cells}. A cell that does not contain a nucleus, is called a(n) {prokaryotic} cell. A cell with a true nucleus is called a(n) {eukaryotic} cell. These cells also have membrane bound {organelles}, which are specialized compartments with specific functions. Answer Key: cell|cells, prokaryotic|prokaryote|prokaryotic|procaryote|bacteria|bacterial, eukaryotic|eukaryote|eu*aryotic|eu*aryote, organelle|organelles Question 2 of 13 Score: 0.5 (of possible 0.5 points) CELL THEORY WAS DEVELOPED IN THE MID-1800s AND STATES THE FOLLOWING: A.ALL LIVING ORGANISMS HAVE TISSUES MADE UP OF CELLS B.ALL LIVING ORGANISMS HAVE ORGANS AND ORGAN SYSTEMS C.ALL LIVING ORGANISMS CAN REPRODUCE AND LIVE FOR MANY GENERATIONS D.ALL LIVING ORGANISMS NEED TO EAT IN ORDER TO REMAIN ALIVE E.ALL LIVING ORGANISMS HAVE A NUCLEUS AND ALL CELLS COME FROM OTHER CELLS F. ALL LIVING ORGANISMS ARE MADE UP OF CELLS AND ALL CELLS COME FROM OTHER CELLS G.NONE OF THESE CHOICES H.ALL LIVING ORGANISMS ARE MADE UP OF CELLS AND CELLS MAY BE CREATED IN THE LAB Answer Key: F Question 3 of 13 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point) FILL IN THE BLANK WITH A SINGLE WORD:
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ALL CELLS HAVE A CELL OR PLASMA {membrane}, WHICH IS MADE UP PRIMARILY OF A {phospholipid} BILAYER.
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