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When a plant doesn’t have enough water it wilts. What internal stimulus is a plant responding to when it wilts?
a) Not enough turgor pressure b) Not enough nutrients c) Less photosynthesis d) More glucose storage in leaves.
What two chemicals are needed for photosynthesis to begin?
a) glucose and oxygen b) oxygen and water c) carbon dioxide and water d) carbon dioxide and glucose
What two chemicals are produced in photosynthesis?
a) Sugar and oxygen b) Sugar and water c) Sugar and carbon dioxide d) Carbon dioxide and Oxygen
What organelles do Plants and animals both share?
a) Cell wall, cell membrane, vacuoles, and mitochondria b) Cell membrane, vacuoles, mitochondria, cytoplasm c) Chloroplasts, vacuoles, mitochondria, cytoplasm d) Cell wall, chloroplasts, cytoplasm, mitochondria
Which organelle is only found in Animal cells?
a) Cell wall b) Mitochondria c) Lysosome d) Vacuole
What is the main function of the Cell wall?
a) Provides shape and support to the cell b) Stores water and dissolves minerals c) Makes food for plants d) Controls the cells activities
Which of the following is NOT a normal function of plant cell vacuoles?
a) Support the cell shape and structure b) Keeps the plant upright with turgor pressure c) Produce energy from food d) Store water and nutrients
If a plant lost all its chloroplasts, the plant would no longer be able to…
a) store waste b) produce food c) absorb water d) make protein
Why do plant cells need larger vacuoles than animal cells?
a) Plants need to store more water b) Animals need to store more water c) Animals need to store the food they make d) Plants need to store the food they find
A cell loses its ability to control the movement of water, food, and waste into and out of the cell. Which structure is not working correctly?
a) Chloroplasts b) Cell Membrane c) Nucleus d) Mitochondria
Which of the following gives the cell energy it can use?
a) Cell Membrane b) Vacuole c) Nucleus d) Mitochondria
The texture of cytoplasm is most similar to
a) Chocolate milk b) oil c) watery jelly d) lemonade
The tiny structures that perform specific functions for a cell are called…
a) cytoplasm b) DNA c) Organs d) Organelles
What is the main function of the nucleus?
a) Chromosomes hold the nucleus b) Holds Dna, chromosomes are found here c) stores water and dissolves minerals d) allows materials in and out of the cell
Which organelles capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the plant cell?
a) Chloroplast b) Chlorophyll c) Vacuole d) Nucleus
The rigid layer that surrounds the outside of a plant cell is called----
a) Cell organelle b) Cell Membrane c) Cell d) Cell wall
When a plant begins to droop and lose turgor pressure it is going through the following process
a) Geotropism b) Phototropism c) Wilting d) Photosynthesis
Which are the responses to internal stimulus?
a) Photosynthesis and Geotropism b) Geotropism and Photosynthesis c) Wilting and Turgor Pressure d) Turgor Pressure and Geotropism
What two chemicals are consumed by the plant during Photosynthesis?
a) Sugar and oxygen b) Oxygen and Water c) Sugar and Carbon Dioxide d) Carbon dioxide and water
When a plant doesn’t have enough water it wilts. What internal stimulus is a plant responding to when it wilts?
a) Not enough turgor pressure b) Not enough nutrients c) Less photosynthesis d) More glucose storage in leaves.
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