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Which structures identify a plant cell?
a) chloroplasts, cell wall, large central vacuole b) cell membrane, cell wall, nucleus c) mitochondria, chloroplast, nucleus d) cell wall, nucleus, large central vacuole
Which of the following do all living things have in common?
a) They all have cells. b) They all have cells that are held up by walls. c) They all have the same way to get water and food into their cells. d) They all have special cells that can do many different things.
What function or process is common to all living things?
a) respiration b) photosynthesis c) movement d) oxygenation
What types of organisms have cells with very large vacuoles?
a) plants b) animals c) bacteria d) fungi
Which phrase BEST describes the function of mitochondria?
a) converts energy for cell use b) located in the cytoplasm c) bacteria-sized organelle d) contains a folded inner membrane
All of the following are types of tissues EXCEPT-
a) cell. b) muscle. c) cartilage. d) bone.
Which of the following lists the levels of organization of living things in the correct order of organization from the simplest to the most complex?
a) cells, tissues, organs, organ systems, organisms b) organisms, organ systems, organs, tissues, cells c) tissues, cells, organs, organisms, organ systems d) organs, organ systems, organisms, cells, tissues
Which of the following is the correct term used to describe a group of body organs working together to perform a specific function?
a) an organ system b) an organism c) a tissue d) an organ
The function of the chloroplast in a plant cell is to-
a) use energy from sunlight to make sugar. b) provide support for the cell. c) direct all the cell's activities. d) regulate substances that enter and exit the cell.
Cytoplasm is found in-
a) both plant cells and animal cells. b) plant cells only. c) animal cells only. d) neither plant cells and animal cells.
When comparing a plant cell to an animal cell, which structure is only found in a plant cell?
a) cell wall b) nucleus c) cell membrane d) mitochondrion
Which sequence is missing from the levels of organization chart? Ecosystem-Community-Population-?-?-?-Tissues-Cells
a) Organism-Organ System-Organ b) Organ System-Organ-Organism c) Organ System-Organism-Organ d) Organism-Organ-Organ System
In what part of a cell is heredity information found?
a) nucleus b) chloroplasts c) cytoplasm d) membrane
Which of the following is not a main component of cell theory?
a) All cells are eukaryotic. b) Cells are the basic unit in living cells. c) All living things are made up of cells. d) Cells come from cells.
Hooke, von Leeuwenhoek, Virchow, Schleiden and Schwann all contributed to the discovery of what idea?
a) cell theory b) gravity c) Newton's Laws d) geotropism
Which structure is the least complex?
a) cell b) organ system c) organ d) tissue
Which structure is the most complex?
a) organ system b) organ c) tissue d) cell
Which cell structure functions like a school principal's office?
a) nucleus b) cell wall c) cell membrane d) vacuole
What type of cell contains all of the following: cell wall, chloroplast, large central vacuole.
a) plant b) animal c) bacteria d) virus
Identify the structure through which waste exits the cell.
a) cell membrane b) chloroplast c) nucleus d) large central vacuole
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