Cell Test Study Guide
1. Do you find cell walls in plant cells? Animal cells? Fungi cells? Bacteria
2. What was Schwann’s contribution to the Cell Theory?
3. What was Schleiden’s contribution to the Cell Theory?
4. What was Hooke’s contribution to the Cell Theory?
5. What was van Leeuwenhoek’s contribution to the Cell Theory?
6. What type of cells did Hooke study? Were they living or dead?
7. What are the 3 parts of the Cell Theory?
8. What structure is the control center of the cell?
9. What is the function of the endoplasmic reticulum (smooth & rough)?
10. What organelle transforms energy in the cell?
11. What organelle ships, packages, and transports materials in the cell?
12. How do prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells differ? (3 ways)
13. How are cilia and flagella alike? How are they different?
14. What is the smallest unit of life?
15. Why would muscle cells have more mitochondria than a skin cell?
16. What structure controls what enters and exits the cell?
17. What is the difference between the smooth and rough ER?
18. Where is DNA found in the cell?
19. What organelle in plant cells is responsible for capturing sunlight to
make food for the plant?
20. What is the green pigment found in plant cells and in which organelle
is it found?
21. How are the plasma membrane and the nuclear membrane similar?
22. Why is the nucleolus important to the cell?
23. What is the function of the vacuole in plant cells?
24. What is the function of the cytoskeleton? Golgi apparatus? Vesicle?
25. What is the function of ribosomes? Lysosomes? Mitochondria?
26. What is an organelle?
27. What are the formulas for photosynthesis and cell respiration?
28. What are the products of photosynthesis and cell respiration?
29. What are the reactants of photosynthesis and cell respiration?
30. In which organelles do photosynthesis and cell respiration take place?
31. Be able to identify the organelles on a diagram of a cell.
32. What are the 3 organelles that only plant cells have? Animal cells?
33. You are responsible for knowing all of the organelles and their
functions listed on the chart in your notes.