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Animals cells include all these organelles EXCEPT
a) lysosomes
b) chloroplasts
c) ribosomes
d) cell membrane

What differs between multicellular and unicellular organisms?
a) multicellular organisms require less energy
b) multicellular organisms reproduce more frequently
c) cells of multicellular organisms are made up of specialized cells
d) cells of multicellular organisms have cell walls

Which of the following is NOT part of the Cell Theory
a) the most basic unit of an organism is the cell
b) all cells have a nucleus and a cell membrane
c) all living things are made up of at least one cell
d) cells come from other cells

The endoplasmic reticulum sends proteins to this organelle where it packages and sends them to other parts of the cell
a) mitochondria
b) ribosome
c) vacuole
d) golgi body

Proteins are produced here
a) mitochondria
b) endoplasmic reticulum
c) ribosome
d) nucleolus

These are the plant cell's powerhouses, they produce energy
a) chloroplasts
b) mitochondria
c) both chloroplasts and mitochondria
d) some other organelle

Storage unit of the cell. Contains food, water, waste, and other materials.
a) cytoplasm
b) nucleolus
c) nucleus
d) vacuole

Active transport
a) is also known as osmosis
b) is the same as diffusion
c) requires energy
d) is the movement of particles from high to low concentration

a) is an example of passive transport
b) is the movement of water across a membrane
c) is like diffusion
d) all the answers are correct

In diffusion
a) particles move from high to low concentration
b) particles change colors
c) particles move from low to high concetration
d) particles bounce off at the same angle they hit

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