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Q: When viewing a cork through his homemade microscope, Robert Hook discovered small compartments that he called _____. boxes cells prokaryotes eukaryotes Question #3MultipleChoice Score: The two
basic types of cells that all cells can be grouped under are _____. unicellular and multicellularprokaryotes and eukaryotesplant and animal Question #4TrueFalse Score: If your specimen is too small to be seen with a light microscope, you can use an electron microscope. TrueFalse Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Bone and blood cells are considered _____. specialized cellstissuesorgansprokaryotic Question #6MultipleChoice Score: There are _____ levels of cell organization recognized by biologists. threefourfivesix Question #7MultipleChoice Score: The part of the cell that contains the living substance of the cell, excluding the nucleus, is the _____. nucleuscell membranecytoplasmcell wall Question #8MultipleChoice Score: The most accepted theory regarding the make-up of living things is the _____. organismal theorycell theorychromosomal theory Question #9TrueFalse Score: Unicellular organisms can perform all of their own functions, including respiration, ingestion, digestion, excretion, and reproduction. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: When a group of cells that all have the same basic structure and function come together, they form a(n) _____. tissueorgansystemorganism Question #11TrueFalse Score: Bright-field microscopes are used for most microscopic work. TrueFalse Question #12MultipleChoice Score: The spherical object within a cell that controls its activity is the _____. mitochondrianucleusribosomemembrane Question #13MultipleChoice Score: To see a general view of a microscope slide, use _____ power. If you need to see a more specific and detailed view, use _____ power. low; highhigh; low Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Schleiden and Schwann believed _____. that organisms were the basic unit of lifethat both cells and organisms were basic units of lifethat the questions of the basic unit of life were too abstract to answernone of the above Question #15MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. There are distinct differences and similarities between prokaryotes and eukaryotes; the similarities are _____. they both have a plasma membrane and protoplasmthey both have membrane-bounded organellesthey both have DNAthey both have a distinct nucleus
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User: When viewing a cork through his homemade microscope, Robert Hook discovered small compartments that he called _____. boxes cells prokaryotes eukaryotes Question #3MultipleChoice Score: The two basic types of cells that all cells can be grouped under are _____. unicellular and multicellularprokaryotes and eukaryotesplant and animal Question #4TrueFalse Score: If your specimen is too small to be seen with a light microscope, you can use an electron microscope. TrueFalse Question #5MultipleChoice Score: Bone and blood cells are considered _____. specialized cellstissuesorgansprokaryotic Question #6MultipleChoice Score: There are _____ levels of cell organization recognized by biologists. threefourfivesix Question #7MultipleChoice Score: The part of the cell that contains the living substance of the cell, excluding the nucleus, is the _____. nucleuscell membranecytoplasmcell wall Question #8MultipleChoice Score: The most accepted theory regarding the make-up of living things is the _____. organismal theorycell theorychromosomal theory Question #9TrueFalse Score: Unicellular organisms can perform all of their own functions, including respiration, ingestion, digestion, excretion, and reproduction. TrueFalse Question #10MultipleChoice Score: When a group of cells that all have the same basic structure and function come together, they form a(n) _____. tissueorgansystemorganism Question #11TrueFalse Score: Bright-field microscopes are used for most microscopic work. TrueFalse Question #12MultipleChoice Score: The spherical object within a cell that controls its activity is the _____. mitochondrianucleusribosomemembrane Question #13MultipleChoice Score: To see a general view of a microscope slide, use _____ power. If you need to see a more specific and detailed view, use _____ power. low; highhigh; low Question #14MultipleChoice Score: Schleiden and Schwann believed _____. that organisms were the basic unit of lifethat both cells and organisms were basic units of lifethat the questions of the basic unit of life were too abstract to answernone of the above Question #15MultipleSelect Score: Select all that apply. There are distinct differences and similarities between prokaryotes and eukaryotes; the similarities are _____. they both have a plasma membrane and protoplasmthey both have membrane-bounded organellesthey both have DNAthey both have a distinct nucleus

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