Section 1.1A. Scientists ( make sure you know what they discovered and what their experiment was)
1. Robert Hooke
2. Anton von Leeuwenhoek
3. Fransisco Redi
ii. spontaneous generation
4. Louis Pasteur
Please place your COVERED books on
List 5 safety rules one might encounter in
Explain the rules that must be followed in
Understand the importance of safety in
Identify different situat
What are cells?
Why do we need them?
List different types of cells that you know
Describe how cells were discovered and
Identify the scientists that discovered and
List the 3 parts of the cell theory.
Chapter 1- CELLS!
A. What are cells?
a. Basic structural and functional unit of life.
b. Come in all shapes and sizes.
B. How did we discover cells?
a. The microscope led to the discovery of cells.
C. Who discovered cells?
a. Scientist: Robert
Which Scientist discovered and named
A- Anton von Leuwenhoek
B- Louis Pasteur
C- Robert Hooke
D- Lynn Margulis
Which experiment proved that spontaneous
generation is not valid?
A- Redis Meat experiment
B- Pasteurs Flas
Which object is living? What MAKES it
alive? List at least 3 reasons.
Identify the 4 unifying themes of Biology.
Explain what characteristics an organism
must have to be considered alive.
Unifying themes of Biology
1. All living thin
Chapter 10.2, 10.3, 11.1, 11.2
BE SURE TO STUDY NOTES, LABS, HOMEWORK, AND CLASSWORK!
I. Genetics Terms
Principles of Biology
Study Guide for CHAPTER 1
Life, Microscopes, Cell Theory, Spontaneous Generation, Cells,
Discovery of Cells
- Hooke- dead cork cells
- Von Leuwenhook- living cells