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Organisms whose cells do not have a nucleus are called _____.
An organism made of only one cell is called _____ .
The densely packed area of a cell that has the DNA and controls the cell's activities.
When an organism has cells with a nuclues, they are called _______.
What is the basic unit of an organism?
What kind of organism is made of many cells, each with a special function?
Name the outermost layer of a plant cell that protects and supports it.
What surrounds the cytoplasm of all cells and controls what goes in and out of the cell?
What fluid can be found in cells that holds organelles?
Which organelle converts energy found in food into a form that cells can use?
Which organelle assembles proteins from amino acids?
Which plant organelle transforms light into glucose to use as food?
What organelle is used as storage? Hint: plants have a large one that filled with water.
Which of the following are components of cell theory?
Cells must contain DNA
All living things are made of cells
Cells only come from other cells
Cells are the basic unit of life
What are the small structures inside of cells that carry out specific functions called?
What technology was used to develop cell theory?
Where does photosynthesis occur?
What is the process in which a plant makes usable energy?
During cellular respiration sugar is turned into ________.
What do plants make during photosynthesis?