Lecture 4 Cell

Lecture 4 Cell - 4.1 In 1665, Robert Hooke, the discoverer...

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4.1 In 1665, Robert Hooke, the discoverer of cells, called the individual units in a tissue of cork cells because: 1) They were filled with protoplasm. 2) They contained a nucleus. 3) They were as empty as a monk’s apartment. 4) They were the basic unit of life. 5) They were spherical. 4.2 Except for Henri Dutrochet, most biologists thought that plants, but not animals were composed of cells because: 1) Plant cells have chloroplasts, animal cells do not. 2) Plant cells have mitochondria, animal cells do not. 3) Plant cells have chloroplasts and animal cells do not. 4) Most animal cells have a highly visible extracellular matrix, plant cells do not. 5) Most plant cells have a highly visible extracellular matrix, animal cells do not. 4.3 Mixing or convection of the cell contents of large cells is called: 1) Cytoplasmic inheritance 2) Photosynthesis 3) Respiration 4) Cytoplasmic streaming 5) Cytoplasmic ribosome 4.4 Carbon dioxide and water are combined to make carbohydrate in the: 1) Chloroplast 2) Nucleus 3) Mitochondria 4) Endoplasmic Reticulum 5) Golgi Apparatus 4.5 A protein that catalyzes biochemical reactions: 1) is an omega fatty acid 2) is an enzyme 3) is an iron-rich compound 4) is called a nucleic acid 5) lacks nitrogen
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4.6 Because the plasma membrane is differentially permeable, plant cells: 1) shrink when put in a hypertonic solution. 2) expand when placed in a hypotonic solution
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Lecture 4 Cell - 4.1 In 1665, Robert Hooke, the discoverer...

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