Parts Of A Plant Cell: Question Preview (ID: 19066)

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brain of the cell. holds genetic material
a) nucleus b) cytoplasm c) mitochondria d) ribosomes
inside the nucleus. Ribosomes are made there
a) cell membrane b) nucleolus c) chloroplasts d) Golgi bodies
found just inside the cell wall. Protects from the outside world. Kind of like a screen door
a) cell membrane b) vacuoles c) lysosomes d) cytoplasm
supports and protects the plant cell. Made of cellulose. Like the Great Wall of China
a) cell membrane b) nucleus c) cell wall d) Endoplasmic Reticulum
Powerhouse of the cell. Muscle has the most of this. Reminds me of a battery
a) Cytoplasm b) Ribosomes c) Cytoplasm d) Mitochondria
receive proteins and packages and distributes to other parts of the cell. Looks like a stack of pancakes . reminds me of a delivery truck
a) Golgi Bodies b) Vacuoles c) Chloroplasts d) Lysosomes
break down old cell parts. Reminds me of a cleanup bottle or spray room deodorizer
a) Lysosomes b) Mitochondria c) Vacuoles d) Chloroplasts
water filled sac. storage area of the cell. Sort of like a water tower
a) Chloroplasts b) Vacuoles c) Ribosomes d) Endoplasmic Reticulum
maze of passageways that carry proteins and other materials from part of the cell to another. Think Highway
a) Endoplasmic Reticulum b) Mitochondria c) Golgi Bodies d) Nucleus
captures energy from sunlight. Give plants a green color. Like a solar panel on a house
a) nucleolus b) vacuoles c) cell wall d) chloroplasts
Produces proteins. found on the outside of the Endoplasmic Reticulum. small black dots. If you were getting off of a highway looking for food, it would be the restaurant.
a) Ribosomes b) Chloroplasts c) Nucleus d) Cytoplasm
clear gel like fluids. holds organelles in place. located inside the cell membrane and all around the nucleus
a) vacuoles b) mitochondria c) cytoplasm d) chloroplasts
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