Created by Henry Kitchen over 3 years ago
What is a prokaryotic organism?
What is a eukaryotic organism?
What is found inside both eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells?
Which type of cell is more complex: prokaryotic or eukaryotic cells?
Name 4 types of eukaryotic cell.
Name the 11 organelles found in a typical animal cell.
Name the 3 organelles found in plant cells but not in animal cells.
What is the function of chloroplasts?
In a plant cell, what do plasmodesmata do?
What is the cell membrane and what is its function?
What is the nucleus and what is its function?
What are mitochondria and what is their function?
What is a chloroplast and what is its function?
What is the Golgi apparatus/body and what is its function?
What is a Golgi vesicle and what is its function?
What is a lysosome and what is its function?
What is a ribosome and what is its function?
What is a rough endoplasmic reticulum and what is its function?
What is the singular of cristae?
What is the difference in structure between rough and smooth endoplasmic reticula?
What is the function of a smooth endoplasmic reticulum?
What is a cell wall and what is its function?
What is a cell vacuole, what type of cell is it found in and what is its function?
What type of cell are bacteria?
Do prokaryotic cells have a nucleus?
What is a flagellum?
What type of cell can have flagella?
What type of cell always has a cell wall - prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
Are viruses a type of cell?
What are viruses?
Are viruses alive?
Draw the basic structure of a virus.
What do attachment proteins do?
Which is larger - bacteria or viruses?
How do you calculate magnification?
How many micrometers are in 1mm?
How many nanometres are there in 1μm?
How many nanometres are there in 1mm?
Which has the highest resolution - optical microscopes or electron microscopes? Why is this so?
Which has the highest magnification - optical or electron microscopes?
What is the maximum magnification of an optical microscope?
Name the two types of electron microscope.
What are the pros and cons of TEMs?
What are the pros and cons of SEMs?
How do you calculate the magnification of a microscope given the focal lengths of the objective and eyepiece lenses?