Review for cells, photosynthesis, and cellular respiration. I would recommend writing down your answers on a piece of paper rather than just saying or thinking the answers. Question: What is the outer layer of the nucleus? Answer: Nuclear membrane Question: Chromosomes are made out of what? Answer: DNA Question: What structure in the cell makes proteins? Answer: Ribosomes Question: What type of cell are bacteria? Answer: Prokaryotic Question: What are the parts of the cell theory? Answer: (in any order) All cells come from existing cells. All living things are made up of cells. The cell is basic unit of living things. Question: What is the term for the study of living things? Answer: Biology. Question: What three organelles are found in plant cells and not in animal cells (like ours)? Answer: Cell wall Chloroplast Central water vacuole Question: What is needed in the chloroplast for photosynthesis? Answer: Light energy, 6 carbon dioxides, and 6 waters Question: What process occurs in the chloroplasts? Answer: Photosynthesis Question: What is the function of the cell wall? (what does it do) Answer: Protects and support the plant cell Question: What is the term for the instructions of the cell? Answer: DNA or chromosomes Question: How does the ribosome make proteins? Answer: Ribosomes link together amino acids Question: Where does cellular respiration occur? Answer: In the mitochondria Question: What is the outer living layer of all cells? Answer: Cell membrane Question: What is ATP like? Answer: ATP is like a rechargeable battery. Question: What is made in the process of cellular respiration? Answer: 6 carbon dioxides, 6 waters and ATPs are charge up with the power to do work in the cells Question: What is the prefix for ‘cell’? Answer: Cyto-. Question: What is the term for having many cells? Answer: Multicellular Question: What is the function of the cell wall? (what does it do) Answer: Protects and support the plant cell Question: Is there any relationship between cellular respiration and photosynthesis? Answer: They are opposite one another. Kinda sorta.