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What is the term used for an organism that is made up of MANY CELLS?
a) unicellular b) multicellular c) monocellular d) biocellular
What part of the cell is important in PRODUCING ENERGY?
a) Cell Membrane b) Mitochondria c) Nucleus d) Endoplasmic Reticulum
What is the outermost covering of an ANIMAL CELL called?
a) Nuclear Envelope b) Nuclear Membrane c) Cell Membrane d) Cell Wall
Which type of cell do we have in our bodies?
a) Prokaryotic b) Eukaryotic c) Heelkaryotic d) Shelekaryotic
Which of the following molecules moves from HIGH to LOW concentrations in a process called OSMOSIS?
a) Iodine (I2) b) Water (H2O) c) Corn Starch (C6H10O5) d) Glucose (C6H12O6)
What type of movement across a cell membrane REQUIRES ENERGY?
a) Active transport b) Passive transport c) Lethargic transport d) Globalthermonuclear transport
If a microscope had an eyepiece magnification of 10x, and an objective lens magnification of 43x, what would the TOTAL MAGNIFICATION be?
a) 10x b) 43x c) 100x d) 430x
What type of movement across a cell membrane requires NO ENERGY?
a) Active transport b) Passive transport c) Lethargic transport d) Globalthermonuclear transport
If you put cells into this type of solution, there would be movement of water out of the cell, and the cells would shrivel up.
a) Isotonic b) Hypertonic c) Hypotonic d) Ginentonic
The movement of substances from areas of HIGH CONCENTRATION TO LOW CONCENTRATION is referred to as ...
a) differentiation b) cellular respiration c) diffusion d) osmotic pressure
Which of the following molecules is smallest, and would therefore most easily fit through a semi-permeable membrane?
a) Iodine (I2) b) Water (H2O) c) Corn Starch (C6H10O5) d) Glucose (C6H12O6)
What is the outermost covering of a PLANT CELL called?
a) Nuclear Envelope b) Plasma Membrane c) Cell Membrane d) Cell Wall
Which type of cell is the smallest listed here?
a) Prokaryotic b) Eukaryotic c) Heelkaryotic d) Shelekaryotic
Which of the following is NOT a DIFFERENCE between PLANT and ANIMAL CELLS?
a) Only plant cells have chloroplasts b) Only plant cells have cell walls c) Only animal cells have membranes d) Plant cells have a large central vacuole, and animal cells have many small vacuoles
What part of the cell gives the cell shape, is semi-permeable, and allows some substances to pass in and out of the cell?
a) Nuclear Envelope b) Cell Membrane c) Golgi Bodies d) Endoplasmic Reticulum
What part of the cell is the CONTROL CENTER?
a) Cell Membrane b) Mitochondria c) Nucleus d) Endoplasmic Reticulum
If a microscope had an eyepiece magnification of 10x, and an objective lens magnification of 10x, what would the TOTAL MAGNIFICATION be?
a) 10x b) 20x c) 100x d) 430x
What is the term used for an organism that is made up of just ONE CELL?
a) unicellular b) multicellular c) megacellular d) biocellular
What part of the cell has DNA?
a) Cell Membrane b) Mitochondria c) Nucleus d) Endoplasmic Reticulum
If you put cells into this type of solution, there would be movement of water into the cell, and the cells would fill up.
a) Isotonic b) Hypertonic c) Hypotonic d) Ginentonic
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