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Students Will Determine The Difference Between Prokaryotic, Eukaryotic, Plant, Animal And Bacteria Cells.[print questions]

Which of the following would most likely be a single celled prokaryotic organism?
a) bacteria
b) sunflower
c) heart
d) nerve cell

Which type of cell is believed to have evolved first?
a) Eukayotic cells
b) Animal cells
c) Plant cells
d) Prokaryotic cells

One difference between eukayotic cells and prokaryotic cells is
a) Eukaryotic cells have ribosomes and prokaryotic cells do not.
b) Eukaryotic cells have chromosomes and prokaryotic cells do not.
c) Eukaryotic cells have organelles and prokaryotic cells do not.
d) Eukaryotic cells have cell membranes and prokaryotic cells do not.

Eukaryotic cells and Prokaryotic cells are similar in that they contain the following except
a) Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells both have membrane bound organelles
b) Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells both have ribosomes
c) Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells both have DNA
d) Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells both have cell membranes.

When comparing Plant and Animal cells, Animal cells have all of the following except
a) mitochondria
b) chloroplasts
c) vacuoles
d) cell membrane

Plant cells can be identified by having
a) a nucleus
b) mitchondria
c) lysosomes
d) chloroplasts

Bacteria cells can be identified from plant or animal cells in that bacteria have
a) cell membranes
b) ribosomes
c) capsules
d) DNA

Eukaryotic cells
a) are primitive and simple
b) have circular DNA
c) have membrane bound organelles
d) always have a cell wall

Which of the following would most likely contain a prokaryotic cell
a) an onion
b) pumpkin
c) pig skin
d) someone with strept throat

Which of the following would not have mitochondria?
a) an onion
b) pumpkin
c) pig skin
d) Bacteria

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