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When a plant is drooping over, which organelle is effected?
a) vacuole
b) membrane
c) nucleus
d) mitochondria

There are _________ cells in the human body.
a) 36
b) 12
c) many
d) few

C6 H12 O6 is the chemical compound for
a) glucose
b) carbon dioxide
c) salt
d) chocolate

The main difference between a plant and animal cell is
a) plant cells have cell wall
b) animal cells do not have chloroplasts
c) plant cells have larger vacuoles
d) all of the above

The cell membrane can be described as
a) a wall
b) a door
c) a brain
d) a vehicle

It can be inferred that athletes have a large amount of
a) vacuoles
b) mitochondria
c) chloroplasts
d) bones

Cellular respiration is
a) when the cell breathes
b) when the mitochondria changes glucose into energy
c) when the mitchondria changes energy into glucose
d) when the cell makes water

Plant cells are round in shape; animal cells are rectangular in shape
a) Yes, always
b) Shape varies depending upon the cell\'s size
c) Shape varies depending upon the cell\'s function
d) No, never

Plant cells take in
a) oxygen
b) carbon dioxide
c) nitrogen
d) food

Photosynthesis includes
a) solar energy
b) renewable energy
c) nonrenewable energy
d) Both solar and renewable energy

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