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Living organisms can be classified as prokaryotes or eukaryotes. Which two structures are common to both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
a) cell wall and nucleus
b) cell wall and chloroplast
c) plasma membrane and nucleus
d) plasma membrane and cytoplasm

Which structure can be used to tell the difference between eukaryotic cells from prokaryotic cells?
a) nucleus
b) ribosome
c) nucleic acid
d) plasma membrane

Which of the following organisms has cells with chloroplasts?
a) sunflower
b) frogs
c) humans
d) pig

Which of these is a function of the cell membrane in all cells?
a) Producing cellular nutrients
b) Preserving cellular wastes
c) Neutralizing chemicals
d) Maintaining homeostasis

Which of these must occur during S phase of the cell cycle?
a) The DNA must be replicated
b) The chromosomes must be joined
c) The cytoplasm must be seperated
d) The cell membrane must be expanded

Which of the following is uncontrolled cell growth
a) Cancer
b) HIV
c) Photosynthesis
d) Ribosomes

Which of the following is a solution with a high concentration of particles and a low concentration of water compared to its environment?
a) Hypotonic
b) Hypertonic
c) Isotonic
d)

Solution with a LOW concentration of particles and a HIGH concentration of water (compared to its environment)
a) Hypertonic
b) Hypotonic
c) Isotonic
d) Diffusion

Which factors influence cell differentiation?
a) Temperature, environment, hormones
b) Temperature, pressure, energy
c) The law, the government and the environment
d) Carbohydrates, proteins and lipids

Which organelle makes ATP through cellular respiration?
a) Mitochondria
b) Chloroplasts
c) RIbosomes
d) Golgi Apparatus

Which molecule is the energy molecule?
a) ATP
b) Glucose
c) Fructose
d) ADP

Active transport...
a) requires energy; particles move from low to high concentration
b) does not requiere energy; particles move from high to low concentration
c) requires energy; particles move from high to low concentration
d) does not require energy; particles move from low to high concentration

Mitosis is immediately followed by...
a) cytokinesis
b) telophase
c) G0 phase
d) S phase

What is the main function of carbohydrates?
a) short-term energy
b) long-term energy
c) forming the cell membrane
d) insulation

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