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Coined the term cell Hooke
Observed moving microbes Leeuvenhoek
Observed that plants are multicellular Schleiden
Observed that animals are multicellular Schwann
Observed that microbes are unicellular Siebold
Cells reprouce Virchow
Microbes cause infectious diseases Pasteur
Specific microbes cause certain diseases Koch
Demonstrated that ulcers are caused by bacteria Warren&Marshall
Giving up something for something better Tradeoff
All living things are made of cells and reproduce CellTheory

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Cell Parts Crossword

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Found in Animal and Plant bodies Cell
The conductor of the Cell Nucleus
Stores energy in Cells Mitochondria
A jell like substance that fills the cell Cytoplasm
Stores sunlight energy Chloroplast
Transport goods through Cell Golgi Body
Makes Rimbsome Rough ER
Makes Rimbsome Smooth ER
Makes Protiens Rimbsome
Another word for DNA NUCLEAR MEMBRANE
Protector of the Plant Cell Cell Wall
Helps reproduce the Cell Chromatin
Protects Animal Cell Cell Membrane
Digust waste in Cell Lysosome
Filled with liquid Vacuole
He said that cells reproduce Virchow
He was the person who found cells Hooke
He improved the microscope and looked at his own teeth scrapings Leeuwenhoek
He said that all plants are made of cells Schleiden
He said that all animals have cells Schwann
Cells are what unit of life Basic
What type of cell is blobby Animal
What cell has a rectangle structure Plant
What did the scientist make from the cells Cell Theory
What was used to see the cells Microscope
What year did Hooke find the cells 1665
What year did Schwann find animal cells 1839
When did Schleiden find plant cells 1838
When did Leeuwenhoek first started to work on cells 1674
The mirror that holds lenses Stage
The piece that lets you see in the microscope Eyepiece
A part that supports the lenses Arm
A part of the microscope that magnifies the object Objective Lenses
Passes light from head piece to eyepiece Body tube
Supports the microscope Base
Turns on power to microscope Power switch

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CELL BIOLOGY Word Search

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ecosystem
community
population
dna
organelles
protein
leeuwenhoek
cell theory
virchow
schwann
hooke
cell wall
cell membrane
photosynthesis
nucleus
golgi body
mitochondria
vacuole
cytoplasm
chloroplast
cell growth
carbon dioxide
sexual reproduction
organ system
cell
organ
tissue
muscle
asexual reproduction
cell division

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Microbiology Crossword

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The study of microorganisms microbiology
An organism that cause disease pathogen
A food made with the help of bacteria yoghurt
microorganisms used in the brewing and baking industry yeast
A harmless dose of a disease causing microbe vaccination
A protein produced by white blood cells in response to an antigen Antibody
Resistant to a disease immune
a human disease caused by a fungus Athletes foot
A fungal disease which caused the Great Irish Famine Blight
An organism that lives in or on another living thing Parasite
A chemical which kills bacteria and fungi but not viruses Antibiotic
Organisms which feed on the dead remains of living things decomposers
The use of living things to make a product Biotechnology
A term used to describe things which can only be seen by a microscope Microscopic
Composed of only one cell Unicellular
Microorganisms are found here Everywhere
Free from microorganisms Sterile
A condition needed for the growth of microbes Water
A substance which contains food needed for the growth of microbes Nutrient Agar
How bacteria reproduce Binary Fission

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Science Vocabulary Project Word Search

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leeuwenhoek anton van
hooke robert
brown robert
virchow rudolf
schleiden matthias
schwann theodor
prokaryotic
photosynthesis
organism
organic compound
organelles
nucleus
nucleic acids
multi-cellular
molecule
mitochondria
living
lipids
proteins
vacuole
eukaryotic
element
DNA
diffusion
cytoplasm
compound
chromosomes
chloroplasts
chlorophyll
cell wall
cell theory
cell membrane
cell
carbon
carbonhydrates
unicellular

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Introduction to Microbiology Crossword

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Most microbes are _____ to humans. beneficial
Single-celled or "pre-nucleus" prokaryote
Woese classified organisms into three domains
Scientific names use this binomial nomenclature
Scientist who developed Cell Theory Hooke
Scientist who came up with Biogenesis Virchow
Proved Germ theory of disease Koch
Discovered the first antibiotic Fleming
Microbes normally present in/on the body microbiota
Tiolet bowl scum is an example of a biofilm
Unit used to measure most microbes micrometer
Gram positive purple
Gram negative red
Round bacterial shape coccus
Elongated bacterial shape Bacillus
Curved or corkscrew bacterial shape spiral
Propel bacteria flagella
Used to transfer DNA between bacteria Pilus
Lack a cell wall mycoplasma
Manuals used to identify organisms Bergy

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Foodborne Illness Vocabulary Crossword

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Microorganisms that infect a host organism with diseases. Pathogen
A single-celled organism that can be found everyone in the world, even in food. Bacteria
Tiny organisms that can cause severe illnesses in humans, animals, and plants. Molds
When a food or beverage is heated up to a point where it can cause food spoilage or diseases. Pasteurized
To transfer bacteria from one food to another by using un-sanitized hands, or dirty utensils. Cross Contaminate
A term used to describe something that is free of live microorganisms. Sanitized
When something is free of bacteria and visible dirt. Clean
A microorganism known to cause fermentation. Microbe
An organism that lives inside another organism. Virus
A microscopic fungi that lives on plants and animals Parasite

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Taxonomy Crossword Puzzle

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a cell that contains free D.N.A prokaryote
a cell that contains a nucleus eukaryote
an organism that makes its own food autotroph
an organism that eats other organisms heterotroph
an organism that contains only one cell unicellular
an organism that contains multiple cells multicellular
a domain or kingdom that contains bacteria that lives in extreme envirenment archaea
a domain or kingdom that contains bacteria that live everywhere bacteria
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic microscopic organisms protista
a kingdom that contains mushrooms fungi
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic autotrophic organisms that are sexual or asexual plantae
a kingdom that contains eukaryotic heterotrophic organisms that reproduce sexually animalia
a taxonomic rank kingdom
highest taxonomic rank of organisms domain
an organism that had will or has life biotic
an organism that will NEVER have life abiotic
the most important part of a eukaryotic organism nucleus
the most important part of a prokaryotic organism free DNA
a way of reproduction that requires 2 sets of D.N.A sexual reproduction
a way of reproduction that requires only 1 set of D.N.A asexual reproduction

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Microorganism crossword puzzle

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An organism too small to see with the human eye Microorganism
Favorable or advantageous; resulting in good. Beneficial
Causing or likely to cause harm. Harmful
Single-celled organisms without an organized nucleus Bacteria
A sub-microscopic infectious agent that is able to grow or reproduce only within a host cell Virus
A single-celled or multi-celled organism with a simple biological structure Protist
an organism made of many cells that cannot make its own food and cannot move; a member of the kingdom Fungi: Many fungi, like mushrooms, live on dead plant or animal material. Fungus
A microscopic fungus consisting of single oval cells that reproduce by budding, and are capable of converting sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide Yeast
To break down into nutrients. decompose
A fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filaments called hyphae. In contrast, fungi that can adopt a single-celled growth habit are called yeasts. ... The network of these tubular branching hyphae, called a mycelium, is considered a single organism. mold
A kind of single-celled organism in kingdom Protista able to move by itself AMOEBA
Individual microscopic organism with no nucleus prokaryotic
Having complex cells in which the genetic material is contained inside a nucleus eukaryotic

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Microorganisms Puzzle Word Search

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factors
partial product
product
power
exponent
prokaryote
archaea
microscope
single cell
multicellular organisms
contagious
beneficial
microbe
bacteria
virus
hygiene
reproduce
fungi
microorganism
organism

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Cell theory Word Search

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Develop
Grow
Reproduce
System
Organ
Tissue
Organism
Homeostasis
evolution
multicellular
unicellular
heterotroph
autotroph
cell

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