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Monomers of carbohydrates are called--
a) monosaccharides
b) amino acids
c) nucleotides
d) fatty acid tails

What is the function of the cell membrane?
a) Provides structure to the cell.
b) Cleans the cell of all waste.
c) Stops anything molecules from entering or leaving the cell.
d) Controls what enters the cell to maintain homeostasis.

Monomers of nucleic acids are called--
a) fatty acid tails
b) nucleotides
c) monosaccharides
d) amino acids

Monomers of proteins are called--
a) nucleotides
b) amino acids
c) monosaccharides
d) fatty acid tails

The main difference between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells is that prokaryotic cells do not have a --
a) cell wall
b) cell membrane
c) nucleus
d) chloroplast

Depending on its electric charge, shape, and chemical properties, a substance may or may not be allowed to pass through a cell membrane. This function of the cell membrane is important because it _____________.
a) prevents cell division
b) prevents destruction of the cell wall
c) allows the cell to maintain homeostasis
d) allows amino acids to move into and out of the cell

2. The plasma membrane of a cell is selectively permeable, which means it—
a) controls all cellular activities.
b) is responsible for asexual reproduction.
c) allows some materials to pass.
d) has a carbohydrate foundation.

1. The PRIMARY structure of a cell membrane is composed of--
a) cholesterol
b) phospholipids
c) carbohydrates
d) saccharides

What type of organism are prokaryotic?
a) animals
b) plants
c) bacteria
d) protist

FREEBIE! What class is this?
a) Chemistry
b) Biology
c) Algebra
d) English 1

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