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What are the basic unit of life?
a) Lipids
b) Mitochondria
c) Chlorophyll
d) Cells

These cells do not have a nucleus:
a) prokaryotes
b) eukaryotes
c) Fungi
d) plant

The structure found in cells that are responsible for protein synthesis:
a) nucleus
b) cell membrane
c) ribosomes
d) cytoskeleton

This structure controls what enters and leaves the cell
a) nucleus
b) cell membrane
c) ribosomes
d) cytoskeleton

This structure contains the cells DNA in eukaryotes
a) nucleus
b) cell membrane
c) ribosomes
d) cytoskeleton

This structures is compose of protein fibers and supports the cell
a) nucleus
b) cell membrane
c) ribosomes
d) cytoskeleton

Which of the following contains the information for making proteins?
a) lipids
b) nucleic acids
c) carbohydrates
d) amino acids

What part of the cell contains everything inside the membrane but outside the nucleus?
a) vesicles
b) cilia
c) organelles
d) cytoplasms

What macromolecule makes up the cell membrane?
a) lipids
b) nucleic acids
c) proteins
d) carbohydrates

The DNA in prokaryotes is found in:
a) The nucleus
b) Ribosomes
c) They cytoplasm
d) The cell membrane

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