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  1. Who were spectacle makers who created the compound microscope?
    Janssens
  2. Who improved on microscopes and telescope in 1600's?
    Gaileo
  3. Who viewed a piece of treecork and discovered "cellulose" or small compartments?
    Robert Hooke
  4. Who made the first fine lenses that focused 270 times and is considered the Father of Microscopy
    Anthony Van Leewenhoek
  5. Who viewed the large structure of the cell called the Nucleus which is important for cell development?
    Robert Brown
  6. In the 1850's who discovered that all cells come from previously existing cells?
    Rudolf Virchow
  7. In the 1830's, Who discovered that all plants have cells?
    Schleiden
  8. A cell is the smallest unit of life and comes from preexisting cells is _____________?
    Cell Theory
  9. What are the differences of Animal vs Plant cells?
    • Microtubule
    • Microfilaments
    • Centricles
  10. What are the differences of a Plant vs Animal cell?
    • Cell wall
    • Large Central ventricle
    • Chloroplasts
  11. Mitrochondria, Plasma membrane,Cytoplasm, Nucleus, Endroplasmic reticulum, Golgi body, Ribosome, and Lysosome are __________ between Plant and Animal cells.
    Similarities
  12. What means True Nucleus?
    Eukaryotic
  13. What means Before Nucleus?
    Prokaryotic
  14. What are the two main cell types for classification?
    • 1. Prokaryotic
    • 2. Eukaryotic
  15. What are the three main Domins for Classification?
    • 1. Eubacteria
    • 2. Archaebac
    • 3. Protista
  16. What are the six kingdoms for Classification?
    • 1.Eubacteria
    • 2. Archaebac
    • 3. Protista
    • 4. Fungi
    • 5. Plantae
    • 6. Animalia
  17. What is the order of Classification from General to Specific?
    • 1. Kingdom
    • 2. Phylum
    • 3. Class
    • 4. Order
    • 5. Family
    • 6. Genus
    • 7. Species
  18. A Species must be able to ____________ and have ___________ offspring.
    • 1. Reproduce
    • 2. fertile
  19. The first naming classification system was called what?
    Binomial Nomenclature
  20. Who developed the first classification system?
    When was this developed?
    • Linnaeus
    • 1700s
  21. What are the specific rules for giving something a scientific name?
    • 1. First name must be capitalized
    • 2. Second name must be lowercased
    • 3. Both names must be seperate and underlined

  22. Variety is a variation that occurs in __________
    nature
  23. Cultivar is a variation that occurs because of _________
    humans
  24. Autotroph means what?
    Self feeding or producers
  25. Heterotroph means what?
    Other feeding or consumer
  26. What are the five types of consumers?
    • 1. Herbovore
    • 2. Conovore
    • 3. Omnivore
    • 4. Saprophytes (Decomposers)
    • 5. Parasites (living hosts)

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