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organelle that directs all cell functions and activities
a) mitochondria
b) chloroplast
c) cytoplasm
d) nucleus

the organelle that converts nutrient energy to energy that the cell can use
a) nucleus
b) mitochondria
c) ribosome
d) vacuole

organelle that stores nutrients, wastes or other substances
a) membrane
b) mitochondria
c) endoplasm
d) vacuole

cell structure that acts as a filter to let substances in and out
a) wall
b) membrane
c) diffuser
d) vacuole

the frame of a cell that provides strength
a) membrane
b) endoplasm
c) wall
d) cytoplasm

the cell structure that surrounds all the organelles and provides all the nutrients for the cell
a) cytoplasm
b) chloroplast
c) ribosome
d) reticulum

the organelle that converts light energy to cell energy
a) plasm
b) chloroplast
c) cytoplasm
d) mitochondria

the slide prepared by a scientist using a liquid
a) wet mount
b) slide mount
c) dry mount
d) microscope mount

the circle shape seen under the microscope
a) circle of view
b) microscope view
c) objective view
d) field of view

the smallest unit of an organism
a) tissue
b) organ
c) cell
d) system

a group of cells that perform the same function
a) tissue
b) organ
c) system
d) fibre

part of the microscope that you look through
a) stage
b) objective
c) eyepiece
d) diaphragm

the three objective lenses are
a) 10X 20X 30X
b) 10X 20X 40X
c) 4X 10X 20X
d) 4X 10X 40X

the part of the microscope where you put the slide
a) diaphragm
b) clips
c) stage
d) revolving nosepiece

the type of microscope we use in the classroom is
a) compound light microscope
b) electron microscope
c) computer aided microscope
d) objective light microscope

the smallest specimen that a human eye can see is
a) 1mm
b) 0.001 mm
c) 0.1mm
d) 1.0mm

two structures found only in plant cells
a) cell wall and chloroplasts
b) cell wall and cytoplasm
c) cytoplasm and chloroplasts
d) cell membrane and cytoplasm

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