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Organelles that are responsible for converting sunlight energy into food or plants
a) Chloroplasts b) Cell wall c) Mitochondria d) Nucleus
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth, reproduction and regulating cell functions.
a) Cell wall b) Nucleus c) Chloroplasts d) Organelle
a thin layer around the cytoplasm of both plant and animal cells; controls passage of substances in and out of the cell.
a) mitochondria b) cell wall c) cell membrane d) nucleus
Specialized structures within a living cell that help perform its function
a) Organelle b) Cell wall c) Chloroplasts d) Nucleous
Organelle in the cell responsible for converting chemical energy (food) into usable energy (ATP) for the cell.
a) chloroplasts b) Organelle c) Cell Wall d) Mitochondria
Basic structural and functional unit of life.
a) Cell Theory b) Microbes c) Cells d) Multicellular Organism
Process by which the body converts chemical energy from food into usable energy with the help of oxygen.
a) Cells b) Cellular Respiration c) Microbes d) Cell Theory
Contain many cells with specialized functions.
a) Multicellular Organism b) Microbes c) Cells d) Cellular Respiration
Organisms that are too small to be seen with the naked eye.
a) Cells b) Multicellular Organism c) Cell Theory d) Microbes
The outer tough and often flexible layer surrounding plant cells but not animal cells.
a) Nucleus b) Cell membrane c) Cell Wall d) Chloroplasts
cell organelle that stores materials such as salts, proteins, water, and carbohydrates
a) vacuole b) protists c) bacteria d) immune system
the property of some membranes which allows some substances to pass across it while others cannot
a) virus b) semi permeable c) protists d) bacteria
single celled microbes that have a nucleus; some cause illness while others are harmless
a) protists b) bacteria c) vacuole d) immune system
single celled microbes that do NOT have a nucleus; some cause illness while others are harmless or even helpful
a) vacuole b) protists c) bacteria d) virus
microbes that are not made of cells and as such do not perform most cell functions such as cellular respiration. They cannot grow or reproduce and must invade cells to multiply
a) virus b) protists c) vacuole d) immune system
recognizes, responds to, and remembers the introduction of a foreign substance in the body
a) immune system b) vacuole c) bacteria d) virus
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