Light and electron microscopes allow us to see inside cells. Plant, animal and bacterial cells have smaller components each with a specific function.
Which component is part of an animal cell?
What is the function of a ribosome?
What type of cells are prokaryotic?
What advantage do electron microscopes have over light microscopes?
Which is the correct calculation for magnification of a light microscope?
Magnification of eyepiece + magnification of objective
Magnification of eyepiece × magnification of objective
Magnification of eyepiece ÷ magnification of objective
What is the function of a permanent vacuole?
Contains chlorophyll for photosynthesis
Made with cellulose fibres for support
Filled with cell sap to keep the cell swollen
What term describes the part of a bacterial cell which provides movement?
Which of these is an adaptation of a sperm cell?
Cilia on the surface beat
Enzymes in the head allow it to penetrate the egg
The cell membrane changes after fertilisation
What name is given to cells in the trachea?
Root hair cells
What type of microscope would you use to study living cells?
Transmission electron microscope
Scanning electron microscope