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Large waste particles are released by the cell into the highly concentrated environment. Which method of cell transport is this?
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) Endocytosis d) Exocytosis
Which of the following is NOT a type of passive transport?
a) Osmosis b) Endocytosis c) Facilitated Diffusion d) Diffusion
Food coloring molecules move and spread out when dropped into water. Which method of cell transport is this?
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) Facilitated Diffusion d) Exocytosis
Water leaves the plant cell when it is placed in a salt solution. Which method of cell transport is this?
a) Facilitated Diffusion b) Endocytosis c) Osmosis d) Exocytosis
The cell membrane wraps around and takes in food particles that are too large. This requires energy. Which method of cell transport is this?
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) Endocytosis d) Exocytosis
Which of the following does NOT correctly identify a distinct difference between plant and animal cells.
a) Plant cells have a cell wall, animal cells do not. b) Animal cells have lysosomes, plant cells do not. c) Animal cells have chloroplasts, plant cells do not. d) Plant cells have a large central vacuole, animal cells do not.
Using the diagram on your desk, which organelle is responsible for packaging and transporting materials within the cell?
a) Organelle #2 b) Organelle #4 c) Organelle #5 d) Organelle #7
Using the diagram on your desk, which organelle control all cell processes?
a) Organelle #1 b) Organelle #3 c) Organelle #6 d) Organelle #7
Using the diagram on your desk, which organelle is pointing to the mitochondria?
a) Organelle #1 b) Organelle #6 c) Organelle #7 d) Organelle #8
Using the diagram on your desk, what is the function of the ribosome, ORGANELLE #2?
a) To produce protein for the cell. b) To break down wastes using digestive enzymes. c) To package and transport materials. d) To produce food (glucose) for the cell.
Using the diagram on your desk, what is the function of ORGANELLE #1?
a) To produce protein for the cell. b) To break down wastes using digestive enzymes. c) To package and transport materials. d) To produce food (glucose) for the cell.
Which cell structure makes up the outer layer of bacteria, fungi and plant cells?
a) Cell Wall b) Cell Membrane c) Vacuole d) Nucleus
Which organelles are found in plant cells but NOT in animal cells?
a) Cell membrane, lysosome, golgi body b) Cell wall, chloroplast, vacuole c) Ribosome, chloroplast, mitochondria d) Endoplasmic Reticulum, Nucleus, Cell Wall
Plants and animals would be examples of ______________ organisms.
a) Prokaryotic b) Eukaryotic c) d)
What is the only type of prokaryotic organism?
a) Plants b) Animals c) Protists d) Bacteria
Which type of cell contains genetic material (DNA)?
a) Prokaryotic b) Eukaryotic c) Both d) Neither
Which cell type HAS a nucleus and other membrane bound organelles?
a) Prokaryotic b) Eukaryotic c) d)
What is the basic unit, or building blocks, of life?
a) Atoms b) Molecules c) Cells d) Organs
During passive transport, particles move along the concentration gradient. This means that they travel from a _____________ concentration to a _______________ concentration.
a) Low ; High b) Hypertonic ; Hypotonic c) High ; Low d) Hypotonic ; Hypertonic
Active transport is the movement of molecules from low to high concentration, or ___________ the concentration gradient.
a) With b) Against c) d)
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