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What is the job of the mitochondria?
a) Breaks down food and releases the energy it contains. It is the powerhouse of the cell. b) Provides structure and protection for the cell. c) Receives, packages and sends materials to other parts of the cell. d) Directs all the cell's activities.
What is the job of the lysosome?
a) Breaks down food particles and worn out cell parts. b) Tiny cell structure that protects the cell and lets substances in and out. c) Captures energy from the sun and produces food (in the form of sugar) for the cell. d) Storage for food, water or waste.
What is an organelle?
a) Produces energy for the cell. b) A network of passageways that carries materials from on part of the cell to another. c) Produces protiens d) A tiny cell structure that carries out a specific function of the cell.
What is the job of the cell membrane?
a) Breaks down food particles and worn out cell parts. b) It is a gel-like fluid where organelles are found. c) Protects the cell by being semi-permeable, choosing what substances can go in and out of the cell d) Directs the cell's activities.
What is the job of the ribosome?
a) A network of passageways that carries materials from one part of the cell to the other. b) Captures energy from the sun and produces food (in the form of sugar) for the plant. c) Produces protiens. d) Directs all the cell's activities.
Both plant and animal cells contain:
a) chloroplasts and mitochondria b) cell walls and ribosomes c) golgi bodies and chloroplasts d) nuclei and cell membranes
Only plant cells contain:
a) cell walls b) ribosomes c) mitochondria d) cell membranes
An animal cell's shape:
a) is a sphere b) depends on its function c) is box-like d) is a cone
The job of chloroplasts are:
a) to capture energy from the sun and use it to help produce food (in the form of sugar) for the cell. b) to break down food and worn out cell parts. c) to produce proteins. d) to recieve, package and send materials to other parts of the cell.
What do vacuoles do?
a) Produce energy for the cell. b) Direct all the cell's activities. c) Store food, water or waste. d) Gel-like fluid where organelles are found.
What is the job of cytoplasm?
a) Storage for food, water or waste. b) Protects the cell and lets substances in and out. c) A Network of passageways that carries materials from one part of the cell to the other. d) It is a gel-like fluid where organelles are found.
What is the job of the endoplasmic reticulum?
a) It is a network of passageways that carries materials from one part of the cell to the other. b) It produces protiens. c) It is storage for food, water or waste. d) It captures the energy from the sun and uses it to make food (in the form of sugar) for the cell.
The nucleus is:
a) The energy producer of the cell. b) The structure that directs all the cell's activities. c) The structure that captures energy from the sun and uses it to produce food for the cell. d) A structure that produces proteins.
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