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What three things do plant cells have that animal cells do not?
a) cell wall, plastids, and vacuole
b) cell wall, mitochondria, and vacuole
c) cell membrane, plastids, and vacuole
d) cell membrane, mitochondria, and vacuole

Which plant cell structure protects and supports the cell?
a) cell membrane
b) vacuole
c) cell wall
d) plastids

What is an example of a plastid?
a) smooth endoplasmic reticulum
b) chloroplast
c) ribosome
d) nucleus

What do plant and animal cells have in common?
a) They both have a cell wall.
b) They both have vacuoles.
c) They both are prokaryotic
d) They both are eukaryotic

Groups of cells that carry out a specific function are called
a) organelle
b) cell
c) tissue
d) organ

Several tissues that interact to perform a specific function
a) organ
b) cell
c) tissue
d) organ system

A group of organs that work together to perform a set of functions
a) organ
b) organ system
c) cell
d) tissue

Fossil evidence suggests that the earliest cells on Earth were
a) prokaryotic
b) eukaryotic
c) animal cells
d) plant cells

One adaptation early prokaryotes may have developed to compete with each other is
a) cytoplasm
b) a cell wall
c) colonial organization
d) DNA

What organelle stores enzymes and metabolic waste and acts like a lysosome for a plant cell?
a) chloroplast
b) vacuole
c) golgi apparatus
d) vesicle

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