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According to cell theory, which statement is correct?
a) Cells perform all of the life functions
b) Centrioles are found in plant and animal cells
c) Cells are part of living but are not themselves alive
d) Cells can change their color.

In order to maintain homeostasis, what structure helps to regulate the material that may enter or leave the cell?
a) Chromosome
b) Nucleus
c) Mitochondria
d) Cell membrane

Which organelle is present in the cells of a mouse but not present in the cells of a bean plant?
a) Centriole
b) Mitochondria
c) Cell wall
d) Cell membrane

A cell that has no nucleus. This cell would be called a ______
a) Animal cell
b) Plant cell
c) Eukaryotic
d) Prokaryiotic

Which of the following is a characteristic of a prokaryotic and a eukaryotic cell
a) Both cells lack a nucleus
b) Both cells undergo meiosis
c) Both cells are unicellular
d) Both cells contain genetic material

Which of these structures sorts proteins into packages and packs them for storage in the cell or release outside of the cells?
a) Nucleus
b) Golgi Apparatus
c) Mitochondria
d) Chloroplast

After a cell was treated with a certain chemical, the ribosomes stopped functioning. Predict which cell activity will be immediately affected by this change in ribosome function.
a) Transport within the cell
b) Breaking down nutrients
c) Protein synthesis
d) The absorption of water

Site of nutrient and water storage inside the cell
a) Nucleus
b) Golgi Body
c) Chloroplast
d) Vacuole

Responsible for photosynthesis in autotrophic organisms
a) Mitochondria
b) Chloroplast
c) Vacuole
d) Nucleus

Provides support for the cells of plants, fungi, and bacteria
a) Cell wall
b) Cell membrane
c) Nucleus
d) Ribosome

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