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Animal cells do not have these organelles.
a) Chloroplasts b) Nucleus c) Vacuole d) Mitochondria
Water passes through the membrane by this process.
a) Osmosis b) Active Transport c) Photosynthesis d) Gravity
What cell structure lets things go in and out of a cell?
a) Cell Membrane b) Vacuole c) Cytoplasm d) Chloroplast
What does the Chloroplast in a plant cell do?
a) Converts energy from the sun into a sugar. b) Controls the cell c) Uses engergy to make protiens. d) Digests food
Movement of particles from a higher consentration to equilibrium describes what process?
a) Diffusion b) Differentosis c) Osmotictransportation d) Protien Synthesis
Found in Plant and Fungi Cells, but not in Animal Cells.
a) Cell Wall b) Cell Membrane c) Nucleus d) Ribosome
To look at most cells, what scientific tool would you use?
a) Microscope b) Telescope c) Triple Beam Balance d) Graduated Cylinder
This part of a Plant cell makes it possible for them to grow over 300 feet tall.
a) Cell Wall b) Chloroplast c) Xylem d) Phloem
Not having a cell wall makes it possible for animal cells to?
a) Move b) Defend themselves c) Grow Tall d) Hold in water
The chloroplast takes in CO2 and Water and gives out?
a) O2 and Glucose b) Water and Sugar c) Sunlight and Water d) CO2 and O2
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