Type of cell that has a nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles
Makes proteins for the membrane or for export to other cells
Two types of electron microscopes
Type of cell that bacteria are classified as
Organelles only found in plant cells
Microscope that gives us an internal up-close view of a speciman
Transmission Electron Microscope
Component of cell walls
Contains the genetic material of the cell in eukaryotic cells
During cellular respiration, this organelle breaks down large carbohydrate molecules into individual glucose molecules.
Helps to move around organelles inside the cell as well as products from the ER's to the Golgi bodies.
Concluded that all animals are made up of cells
Receives the products of the ER's and ships them to the membrane for export.
Came up with the word cell
Organisms that are only one cell in size are known as....
Organism this is made up of more than one cell is called?
Found inside of the nucleus. They synthesize (make) the ribosomes
Makes phospholipids (fats) for the cell membrane
Type of microscope that gives us an external 3D view of a specimen
Scanning electron microsope
Type of microscope that can view a living organism
Concluded that all cells come from preexisting cells
Helps make the cells mobile
cilia and flagella
Organelles only in animal cells
Cilia and Flagella
Microscope that coats the speciman with a metal. Electrons bounce off the speciman and produce a surface image
Scanning electron microscope
Regulates the movement of food into the cell and waste out of the cell
Concluded that all plants are made up of cells
Microscope that thinnly slices the speciman. Electrons are then forced through the speciman. The rate at which the electrons are collected on the other side is used to put together an image of the inside
Transmission electron microscope
Type of cell that lacks a nucleus
First to look at protozoa (moving living organisms) in pond water
Anton Van Leewenhooke
Type of micoscope we use in the classroom