Ch 2: Cell Theory and Macromolecules Quiz
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by Ashley Sturm
| 13 Questions
Note from the author:
Life Science, McGraw Hill Chapter 2: The Cell, Cell Theory and Macromolecules
True or false: Select the correct answer. One point each.
1
1 pt
The invention of the microscope led to the development of the Cell Theory
True
False
2
1 pt
Cells are primarily composed of proteins.
True
False
3
1 pt
The cell is the smallest unit of life.
True
False
Multiple choice: select the correct answer; there is only one correct answer per question. Two points each.
4
2 pts
This macromolecule contains makes up the genetic information of cells.
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Nucleic acids
Proteins
5
2 pts
This macromolecule is made up of units of sugars, such as glucose and galactose.
Carbohyrdates
Lipids
Nucleic Acids
Proteins
6
2 pts
This macromolecule is composed of long chains of amino acids are necessary for nearly all cell functions.
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Nucleic Acids
Proteins
7
2 pts
This macromolecule is hydrophobic, meaning it does not dissolve in water.
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Nucleic Acids
Proteins
8
2 pts
__________________ invented the microscope.
Robert Hooke
Theodore Schwann
Mattias Schleiden
Rudolf Virchow
9
2 pts
________ contributed to Cell Theory due to his work studying animal cells under the microscope.
Robert Hooke
Mattias Schleiden
Theodore Schwann
Rudolf Virchow
10
2 pts
_________ contributed to Cell Theory due to his work studying plant cells under the microscope.
Robert Hooke
Mattias Schleiden
Theodore Schwann
Rudolf Virchow
11
2 pts
________ proposed that all cells come from preexisiting cells.
Robert Hooke
Mattias Schleiden
Theodore Schwann
Rudolf Virchow
Short answer: Answer the following questions to the best of your ability in complete sentences. Three points each.
12
3 pts
What are the three statements included in Cell Theory?
13
3 pts
In your own words, how do you think Cell Theory has contributed to our knowledge of cells and the human body?
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