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What is the type of cell that lacks a nucleus?
a) Prokaryotic Cells b) Eukaryotic Cells c) Muscle Cells d) Animal Cells
What is the function of the nucleus in the cell?
a) Makes Proteins b) Sorts and packages proteins and sends them to their destinations c) Breaks down food and worn out organelles. d) Holds the cells genetic material
What organelle provides energy for the cell by breaking down food?
a) chloroplast b) vacuole c) mitochondria d) nucleus
What structure provides support for the cell and helps in maintaining homeostasis?
a) Cell Wall b) Vacuole c) Lysosome d) Cell Membrane
Which type of cell is larger in size?
a) Bacteria Cell b) Eukaryotic Cell c) Nucleus d) Prokaryotic Cell
What is the organelle that captures sunlight and converts it to a form of food?
a) Mitochondria b) Golgi Apparatus c) Cell Membrane d) Chloroplast
Which of the following organelles helps in the synthesis of proteins?
a) Ribosome b) Nucleolus c) Cytoplasm d) Golgi Apparatus
Which of the following is made of prokaryotic cells?
a) Sunflower b) E. coli Bacteria c) Dog d) Mushroom
What is the jelly like fluid that suspends organelles in the cell?
a) Mitochondria b) Cell Membrane c) Cytoplasm d) Nucleus
Which of the following would not have a cell wall?
a) Muscle cell b) fungi cell c) Bacterial cell d) Onion cell
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