cell structures

endoplasmic reticulum

The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is an organelle that helps make and transport proteins and lipids. Its made of folded membranes. Bits of membrane can pinch off to form tiny sacs called vesicles. The vesicles carry proteins or lipids away from the ER. There are two types of endoplasmic reticulum. They are called rough endoplasmic reticulum (RER) and smooth endoplasmic reticulum (SER). Both types are shown in Figure 3.11. NOTE: Crop to include only part a of the original image.]

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ribosomes

A ribosome is a small organelle where proteins are made. Its like a factory in the cell. It gathers amino acids and joins them together into proteins. Unlike other organelles, the ribosome is not surrounded by a membrane. As a result, some scientists do not classify it as an organelle. Ribosomes may be found floating in the cytoplasm. Some ribosomes are located on the surface of another organelle, the endoplasmic reticulum.

central vacuole

Most plant cells have a large central vacuole. It can make up as much as 90 percent of a plant cells total volume. The central vacuole is like a large storage container. It may store substances such as water, enzymes, and salts. It may have other roles as well. For example, the central vacuole helps stems and leaves hold their shape. It may also contain pigments that give flowers their colors.

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plastids

Plastids are organelles in plant cells that may have various jobs. The main types of plastids are chloroplasts, chromoplasts, and leucoplasts. Chloroplasts are plastids that contain chlorophyll. Chlorophyll is a green pigment. It gives plants their green color. Photosynthesis takes place in chloroplasts. They capture sunlight and use its energy to make glucose. Chromoplasts are plastids that contain other pigments. These other pigments give flowers and fruits their colors. Leucoplasts are plastids that make or store other molecules. For example, some leucoplasts make amino acids. Other leucoplasts store starch or oil.

golgi apparatus

The Golgi apparatus is a large organelle that sends proteins and lipids where they need to go. Its like a post office. It receives molecules from the endoplasmic reticulum. It packages and labels the molecules. Then it sends them where they are needed. Some molecules are sent to different parts of the cell. Others are sent to the cell membrane for transport out of the cell. Small bits of membrane pinch off the Golgi apparatus to enclose and transport the proteins and lipids. You can see a Golgi apparatus at work in this animation:

cell wall

The cell wall is a rigid layer that surrounds the cell membrane of a plant cell. Its made mainly of the complex carbohydrate called cellulose. The cell wall supports and protects the cell. The cell wall isnt solid like a brick wall. It has tiny holes in it called pores. The pores let water, nutrients, and other substances move into and out of the cell.

special structures in plant cells

All but one of the structures described above are found in plant cells as well as animal cells. The only exception is centrioles, which are not found in plant cells. Plant cells have three additional structures that are not found in animals cells. These include a cell wall, large central vacuole, and organelles called plastids. You can see these structures in the model of a plant cell in Figure 3.12. You can also see them in the interactive plant cell at this link:

roles of cytoplasm

Why does a cell have cytoplasm? Cytoplasm has several important functions. These include: suspending cell organelles. pushing against the cell membrane to help the cell keep its shape. providing a site for many of the biochemical reactions of the cell.

cytoplasm and cytoskeleton

Cytoplasm is everything inside the cell membrane (except the nucleus if there is one). It includes the watery, gel-like cytosol. It also includes other structures. The water in the cytoplasm makes up about two-thirds of the cells weight. It gives the cell many of its properties.

lysosomes

A lysosome is an organelle that recycles unneeded molecules. It uses enzymes to break down the molecules into their components. Then the components can be reused to make new molecules. Lysosomes are like recycling centers.

centrioles

Centrioles are organelles that are found only in animal cells. They are located near the nucleus. They help organize the DNA in the nucleus before cell division takes place. They ensure that the DNA divides correctly when the cell divides.

cell membrane

The cell membrane is like the bag holding the Jell-O. It encloses the cytoplasm of the cell. It forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the environment outside the cell. The function of the cell membrane is to protect and support the cell. It also controls what enters or leaves the cell. It allows only certain substances to pass through. It keeps other substances inside or outside the cell.

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vesicles and vacuoles

Both vesicles and vacuoles are sac-like organelles. They store and transport materials in the cell. They are like movable storage containers. Some vacuoles are used to isolate materials that are harmful to the cell. Other vacuoles are used to store needed substances such as water. Vesicles are much smaller than vacuoles and have a variety of functions. Some vesicles pinch off from the membranes of the endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus. These vesicles store and transport proteins and lipids. Other vesicles are used as chambers for biochemical reactions.

how the cell membrane works

Hydrophobic molecules like to be near other hydrophobic molecules. They fear being near hydrophilic molecules. The opposite is true of hydrophilic molecules. They like to be near other hydrophilic molecules. They fear being near hydrophobic molecules. These likes and fears explain why some molecules can pass through the cell membrane while others cannot. Hydrophobic molecules can pass through the cell membrane. Thats because they like the hydrophobic interior of the membrane and fear the hydrophilic exterior of the membrane. Hydrophilic molecules cant pass through the cell membrane. Thats because they like the hydrophilic exterior of the membrane and fear the hydrophobic interior of the membrane. You can see how this works in the video at this link: . MEDIA Click image to the left or use the URL below. URL:

structure of the cell membrane

The structure of the cell membrane explains how it can control what enters and leaves the cell. The membrane is composed mainly of two layers of phospholipids. Figure 3.8 shows how the phospholipids are arranged in the cell membrane. Each phospholipid molecule has a head and two tails. The heads are water loving (hydrophilic), and the tails are water fearing (hydrophobic). The water-loving heads are on the outer surfaces of the cell membrane. They point toward the watery cytoplasm within the cell or the watery fluid that surrounds the cell. The water-fearing tails are in the middle of the cell membrane.

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nucleus

The nucleus is the largest organelle in a eukaryotic cell. It contains most of the cells DNA. DNA, in turn, contains the genetic code. This code tells the cell which proteins to make and when to make them. You can see a diagram of a cell nucleus in Figure 3.10. Besides DNA, the nucleus contains a structure called a nucleolus. Its function is to form ribosomes. The membrane enclosing the nucleus is called the nuclear envelope. The envelope has tiny holes, or pores, in it. The pores allow substances to move into and out of the nucleus.

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mitochondrion

The mitochondrion (mitochondria, plural) is an organelle that makes energy available to the cell. Its like the power plant of a cell. It uses energy in glucose to make smaller molecules called ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP packages energy in smaller amounts that cells can use. Think about buying a bottle of water from a vending machine. The machine takes only quarters, and you have only dollar bills. The dollar bills wont work in the vending machine. Glucose is like a dollar bill. It contains too much energy for cells to use. ATP is like a quarter. It contains just the right amount of energy for use by cells.

cytoskeleton

Crisscrossing the cytoplasm is a structure called the cytoskeleton. It consists of thread-like filaments and tubules. The cytoskeleton is like a cellular skeleton. It helps the cell keep its shape. It also holds cell organelles in place within the cytoplasm. Figure 3.9 shows several cells. In the figure, the filaments of their cytoskeletons are colored green. The tubules are colored red. The blue dots are the cell nuclei.

organelles

Eukaryotic cells contain a nucleus and several other types of organelles. These structures carry out many vital cell functions.

instructional diagrams

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This diagram shows the Anatomy of an Animal cell. Animal cells are had outer boundary known as the plasma membrane. The nucleus and the organelles of the cell are bound by a membrane. The genetic material (DNA) in animal cells is within the nucleus that is bound by a double membrane. The cell organelles have a vast range of functions to perform like hormone and enzyme production to providing energy for the cells. They are of various sizes and have irregular shapes. Most of the cells size range between 1 and 100 micrometers and are visible only with help of microscope. The animal cells perform variety of activities by the aid of the cellular organelles. These cells function as a unit and the cells together form tissues. A group go tissues with similar function from an organ and a group of organ of specific function to perform becomes and organ system.

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This diagram is of a plant cell. A plant cell has a cell wall and chloroplast, which sets it apart from an animal cell. The cell wall and membrane work to protect the cell. The chloroplast reflects green light, which gives plants their green color. Its ribosomes produce proteins. Its vacuole stores material. Its mitochondria provides energy and is known as the powerhouse of the cell. The nucleus and nucleolus store genetic material and work to control the cell and reproduce. The endoplasmic reticulum and Golgi apparatus play a role in producing proteins and moving materials, respectively. A given plant will have millions of these tiny cells that each work in different areas to provide life.

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This diagram shows the cross section of an animal cell. It shows several parts of the cell such as the cell membrane, nucleus, mitochondrion, ribosomes and golgi body. The outermost part of the cell is called the cell membrane. It resembles a bag holding the cytoplasm and other parts of the cell. Cytoplasm is everything inside the cell membrane including the gall like cytosol. The nucleus is the largest organelle in the animal cell. It has an outer covering called the nuclear membrane. The nucleus contains most the cells DNA. The ribosomes are small organelles where proteins are made. The endoplasmic reticulum labelled as Rough ER and Smooth ER are organelles that help transport proteins and lipids. It is made up of folded membranes.

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The image below shows the Prokaryotic cell. A prokaryote is a single-celled organism that lacks a membrane-bound nucleus (karyon), mitochondria, or any other membrane-bound organelle. In the prokaryotes, all the intracellular water-soluble components (proteins, DNA and metabolites) are located together in the cytoplasm enclosed by the cell membrane, rather than in separate cellular compartments. Bacteria, however, do possess protein-based bacterial microcompartments, which are thought to act as primitive organelles enclosed in protein shells. At least some prokaryotes also contain intracellular structures that can be seen as primitive organelles. Membranous organelles (or intracellular membranes) are known in some groups of prokaryotes, such as vacuoles or membrane systems devoted to special metabolic properties, such as photosynthesis or chemolithotrophy. In addition, some species also contain carbohydrate-enclosed microcompartments, which have distinct physiological roles (e.g. carboxysomes or gas vacuoles).

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This image shows the cross section of a plant cell. These eukaryotic cells differ in several key aspects from the cells of other eukaryotic organisms. Several structures are shown, such as the Golgi body, the chloroplast, the nucleus and the nucleolus. The Golgi body is a large organelle that sends proteins and lipids where they are necessary. The nucleus controls many of the functions of the cell (by controlling protein synthesis) and contains most of the cells DNA. The cell wall is a thick, rigid membrane made of cellulose that surrounds a plant cell. The vacuole is a large sac-like structure within a plant cell that is filled with fluid. The mitochondrion converts the energy stored in glucose into ATP, that is, adenosine triphosphate, for the cell.

questions

A cell membrane consists mainly of

a. carbohydrates.

b. cellulose.

-->  c. phospholipids.

d. DNA.

__threadlike filaments and tubules that crisscross the cytoplasm

a. lysosome

b. vesicle

-->  c. cytoskeleton

d. plastid

e. centriole

f. endoplasmic reticulum

g. Golgi apparatus

__organelle that helps organize DNA in the nucleus so it divides correctly during cell division

a. lysosome

b. vesicle

c. cytoskeleton

d. plastid

-->  e. centriole

f. endoplasmic reticulum

g. Golgi apparatus

What helps a cell keeps its shape?

a. cytoplasm

b. cytoskeleton

c. ribosomes

-->  d. two of the above

Organelles found only in plant cells include

a. vacuoles.

-->  b. leucoplasts.

c. centrioles.

d. two of the above

__organelle that helps make and transport proteins and lipids

a. lysosome

b. vesicle

c. cytoskeleton

d. plastid

e. centriole

-->  f. endoplasmic reticulum

g. Golgi apparatus

__sac-like organelle used for storage, transport, or biochemical reactions

a. lysosome

-->  b. vesicle

c. cytoskeleton

d. plastid

e. centriole

f. endoplasmic reticulum

g. Golgi apparatus

The largest organelle in a eukaryotic cell is the

a. Golgi apparatus.

b. endoplasmic reticulum.

c. mitochondrion.

-->  d. nucleus.

__large organelle that sends proteins and lipids where they need to go

a. lysosome

b. vesicle

c. cytoskeleton

d. plastid

e. centriole

f. endoplasmic reticulum

-->  g. Golgi apparatus

What is the function of the nucleolus?

a. making lipids

b. organizing DNA

-->  c. forming ribosomes

d. none of the above

__type of organelle found only in plant cells

a. lysosome

b. vesicle

c. cytoskeleton

-->  d. plastid

e. centriole

f. endoplasmic reticulum

g. Golgi apparatus

__organelle that recycles unneeded molecules

-->  a. lysosome

b. vesicle

c. cytoskeleton

d. plastid

e. centriole

f. endoplasmic reticulum

g. Golgi apparatus

Which statement about the cell membrane is false?

a. It encloses the cytoplasm

b. It protects and supports the cell

-->  c. It keeps all external substances out of the cell

d. none of the above

The tails of phospholipid molecules in the cell membrane

a. are on the outside of the membrane

b. love water

-->  c. are hydrophobic

d. two of the above

Functions of cytoplasm include

a. suspending cell organelles

b. helping the cell keep its shape

c. providing a site for biochemical reactions

-->  d. all of the above

Which type of organelle is not surrounded by a membrane?

a. mitochondrion

-->  b. ribosome

c. centriole

d. Golgi apparatus

All eukaryotic cells have all of the same organelles.

a. true

-->  b. false

The RER provides a framework where nucleic acids are made.

a. true

-->  b. false

Organelles used for storage include

a. vesicles

b. vacuoles

c. leucoplasts

-->  d. all of the above

The tails of phospholipid molecules are hydrophilic.

a. true

-->  b. false

The nuclear envelope contains

-->  a. pores

b. ribosomes

c. SER

d. ATP

All of the following are found in plant cells except

a. chromoplasts

b. cell walls

-->  c. centrioles

d. RER

Ribosomes assemble and join together fatty acids.

a. true

-->  b. false

Cytosol is a watery, gel-like substance in the cytoplasm.

-->  a. true

b. false

__Each phospholipid molecule in the cell membrane has two heads and a tail.

a. true

-->  b. false

__Hydrophobic molecules are water fearing.

-->  a. true

b. false

__Hydrophilic molecules like the interior of the cell membrane.

a. true

-->  b. false

__Water makes up about two thirds of a cells weight.

-->  a. true

b. false

__The cytoskeleton holds organelles in place inside the cytoplasm.

-->  a. true

b. false

__Ribosomes are made of folded membranes.

a. true

-->  b. false

__The large central vacuole of a plant cell is where photosynthesis occurs.

a. true

-->  b. false

diagram questions

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Which label shows Vacuole?

-->  a. H

b. F

c. Y

d. L

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Which letter represents the Ribosomes?

a. F

b. H

-->  c. Y

d. M

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What is the function of the nucleolus?

a. HOLDS CELL ORGANELLES IN PLACE WITHIN THE CYTOPLASM

b. SUSPENDING CELL ORGANELLES

c. IT HELPS THE CELL KEEP ITS SHAPE

-->  d. TO FORM RIBOSOMES

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The cell's DNA is stored in the nucleus. Which letter represents the nucleus?

a. F

-->  b. S

c. L

d. E

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What is the organelle that makes energy available to the cell?

a. H

-->  b. L

c. Y

d. E

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What part of the cell is labeled M?

a. MITOCHONDRION

b. CELL MEMBRANE

c. VACUOLE

-->  d. CYTOPLASM

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Where is the cilia located?

a. P

b. F

-->  c. J

d. M

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Identify the endoplasmatic reticulum.

-->  a. H

b. D

c. P

d. R

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Which letter represents the Lysosome in this cell?

a. J

b. L

-->  c. C

d. E

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Which part of the cell produces energy to be used by the cell?

a. SECRETORY VESICLE

b. GOLGI APPARATUS

-->  c. MITOCHONDRIA

d. CENTROSOME

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Identify the cytoplasm in this picture

a. F

b. X

c. C

-->  d. W

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Which label identifies the mitochondrion?

-->  a. C

b. X

c. A

d. M

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Identify the ribosome in the following image:

a. A

b. X

-->  c. S

d. F

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What does K contain within it?

a. Y

b. F

-->  c. R

d. C

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Identify the nucleolus in this picture

a. H

b. T

-->  c. X

d. A

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Which label shows the Microtubules?

a. J

b. H

-->  c. Y

d. U

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Identify the lysosome in the following image:

a. W

-->  b. R

c. J

d. D

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Which part of the cell attaches directly to the outside of the nucleus?

a. X

-->  b. H

c. F

d. R

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Which structure is responsible for the ATP-producing engine in the cell?

a. A

b. F

c. R

-->  d. D

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Identify the ribosomes in this picture

-->  a. J

b. W

c. A

d. X

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What makes energy available to the cell?

-->  a. S

b. J

c. U

d. L

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Which component forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the environment outside the cell?

a. J

-->  b. L

c. X

d. U

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Can the cell work normally without the presence of the part labelled 'U'?

a. YES

-->  b. NO

c. DEPENDS ON THE CELL TYPE

d. MAYBE

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

a. W

b. U

-->  c. S

d. F

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Identify the cell mitochondria.

a. E

b. F

c. N

-->  d. Y

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Which label shows the Cytoplasm?

a. D

b. P

c. X

-->  d. S

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What is E in this image of parts of an animal cell?

-->  a. CENTRIOLE

b. RIBOSOME

c. NUCLEUS

d. CYTOPLASM

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Which letter represents a cell membrane?

a. C

-->  b. R

c. F

d. M

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Which letter shows the nucleus?

a. N

-->  b. H

c. F

d. M

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Which label shows the Nucleolus?

-->  a. Y

b. S

c. P

d. R

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Which part contains the nucleolus?

-->  a. Y

b. S

c. R

d. F

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Which item below is the 'powerhouse' of the cell?

a. Y

b. F

c. X

-->  d. E

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Select the centrioles.

a. H

b. P

c. U

-->  d. M

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Identify the centriole

a. T

b. L

-->  c. U

d. K

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Identify the motile structure.

-->  a. W

b. F

c. K

d. T

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What is the role of U in the cell?

a. IT STORES WASTE.

-->  b. IT MOVES TOWARDS THE POLES (OPPOSITE ENDS) OF THE NUCLEUS WHEN IT IS TIME FOR CELL DIVISION.

c. IT FORMS PROTEINS.

d. IT FACILITATES TRANSPORT OF MATERIALS INTO AND OUT OF THE CELL.

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Identify the amyloplast

a. S

-->  b. X

c. F

d. N

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What is the part of the cell represented with the letter U?

a. NUCLEUS

b. RIBOSOME

c. DRUSE CRYSTAL

-->  d. NUCLEOLUS

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Identify a raphide crystal in the following cell:

-->  a. W

b. N

c. P

d. S

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Which label marks the plant cell nucleus?

a. T

-->  b. U

c. D

d. H

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Which label shows the Centrosome?

a. C

-->  b. D

c. W

d. M

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Select the chloroplast.

-->  a. P

b. C

c. T

d. D

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Which letter represents the nucleus?

-->  a. U

b. T

c. H

d. D

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By what letter is the mitochondria represented in the diagram?

a. L

b. H

c. D

-->  d. P

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What is the name of C?

a. CYTOPLASM

b. NUCLEUS

c. LYSOSOME

-->  d. ROUGH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM

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What letter below functions as the powerhouse of the cell?

-->  a. P

b. E

c. V

d. C

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Which letter depicts the mitochondria?

a. V

-->  b. P

c. C

d. H

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Which represents the part of the cell that is the largest organelle?

a. E

-->  b. V

c. C

d. L

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Which label marks the nucleus of the cell?

a. P

-->  b. C

c. U

d. W

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Which letter marks Golgi apparatus?

a. V

b. W

c. U

-->  d. Y

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Which of the labeled elements shows a centriole?

a. W

b. Y

-->  c. N

d. U

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Select the ATP-producing structures of the cell.

a. P

b. U

-->  c. W

d. V

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Find the vacuole.

-->  a. W

b. C

c. P

d. N

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Which letter represents the mitochondria?

a. W

-->  b. N

c. P

d. C

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Which organelle contains the most DNA?

-->  a. C

b. W

c. N

d. P

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The vacuoles float inside which part of the cell?

a. N

b. W

-->  c. P

d. C

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Which letter shows the vacuoles?

a. C

b. N

c. R

-->  d. W

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

a. C

-->  b. N

c. R

d. P

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Identify the cell wall.

-->  a. E

b. A

c. C

d. Y

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Which label refers to the pilus?

a. L

b. E

-->  c. Y

d. A

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What letter represents the pilus?

a. E

b. L

-->  c. Y

d. A

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By what letter is the plasma membrane represented in the diagram?

a. J

-->  b. X

c. A

d. T

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Identify the centriole.

a. V

b. K

c. H

-->  d. R

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Which part is the center of the cell?

-->  a. J

b. R

c. V

d. E

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Identify the nucleolus

a. M

b. H

-->  c. X

d. N

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Which label shows the nuclear envelope?

a. P

b. A

-->  c. J

d. Y

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What label identifies the mitochondrion?

a. R

b. M

c. N

-->  d. H

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Which letter represents a cell wall?

a. P

-->  b. M

c. N

d. R

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Identify the lysosomes in this picture

a. S

b. H

c. K

-->  d. N

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Which letter stands for the nucleolus?

a. K

b. J

-->  c. W

d. S

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Identify the part of the cell where proteins are made.

a. W

b. M

c. S

-->  d. H

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Which label controls the cell?

a. A

-->  b. W

c. U

d. S

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Where is the cell membrane located?

a. H

-->  b. A

c. S

d. K

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Which label identifies the cell membrane?

a. M

-->  b. E

c. R

d. T

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Which letter indicates the part of the cell that contains genetic material?

-->  a. M

b. X

c. T

d. K

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What does the letter D represent?

a. CELL MEMBRANE

b. CYTOPLASM

-->  c. GOLGI APPARATUS

d. RIBOSOME

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What letter keeps all the organelles in place?

a. C

-->  b. P

c. M

d. H

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Which label shows the Cell Nucleus?

a. S

-->  b. F

c. D

d. N

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Which label shows the Vesicles?

a. F

b. T

c. H

-->  d. S

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Identify the nucleus in this picture

a. S

b. D

c. J

-->  d. F

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Which structure converts glucose to adenosine triphosphate?

a. M

-->  b. N

c. A

d. D

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Which represents the part of the cell where proteins are made?

a. J

-->  b. U

c. T

d. D

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What does label W identifies?

-->  a. NUCLEOLUS

b. RIBOSOMES

c. CROMATIM

d. MITHOCONDRION

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Which label refers to the nucleus?

a. P

b. W

c. D

-->  d. N

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Which letter corresponds to the part that is inside the nucleus?

a. Y

b. V

-->  c. W

d. E

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By what letter is the ribosomes represented in the diagram?

-->  a. W

b. A

c. E

d. D

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Which label shows the nucleus?

-->  a. D

b. W

c. E

d. A

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Identify the cell membrane in this picture

a. T

b. C

-->  c. J

d. M

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Which label shows the nucleus?

a. C

b. Y

-->  c. V

d. L

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Where is the vacuole?

a. N

-->  b. Y

c. M

d. P

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Which label is responsible for producing energy for the cell?

a. C

-->  b. L

c. M

d. Y

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Identify the plasma membrane in this picture

a. C

b. L

c. T

-->  d. D

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Which label refers to the chloroplast?

-->  a. A

b. C

c. R

d. J

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Which label refers to the nucleus?

a. A

b. H

-->  c. E

d. P

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Which label shows the mitochondria?

a. F

b. H

-->  c. P

d. E

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Identify the mitochondria in the following image:

a. A

b. L

c. D

-->  d. P

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Which of these parts is the Nucleus?

a. D

b. P

c. R

-->  d. E

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By what letter is the golgi body represented in the diagram?

a. R

b. A

c. F

-->  d. V

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Which letter represent the plasma membrane?

a. U

-->  b. A

c. T

d. R

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Which letter represents Lysosome?

-->  a. K

b. V

c. R

d. A

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Select the most apical structures.

a. V

b. A

-->  c. R

d. E

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Identify the centriole in this picture

a. W

b. M

-->  c. Y

d. E

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Which label refers to the ribosome?

a. R

b. X

-->  c. W

d. P

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Identify the structure that makes energy available to the cell.

-->  a. V

b. R

c. P

d. M

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Which label refers to the nucleus?

a. L

-->  b. R

c. N

d. W

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Which letter is representing the Nucleus?

a. S

b. C

-->  c. R

d. Y

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Identify the vacuole in this picture

a. N

b. W

-->  c. H

d. V

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Which letter represents the Ribosomes?

a. V

b. F

-->  c. U

d. H

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Identify the organelle in which photosynthesis takes place.

a. W

-->  b. F

c. U

d. V

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What holds the contents of the cell together?

a. N-NUCLEUS

b. E-MITOCHONDRIA

-->  c. K- CELL WALL

d. V-RIBOSOMES

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Which represents the part of the cell that is the largest organelle?

a. L

-->  b. V

c. F

d. K

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What is the Cell Part labeled F?

-->  a. RIBOSOME

b. NUCLEUS

c. MITOCHONDRIA

d. CENTRIOLES

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Which label shows the golgi apparatus?

a. M

-->  b. W

c. S

d. E

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Identify the part of the cell structure that gathers amino acids and joins them together into proteins.

-->  a. F

b. S

c. E

d. K

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Which letter represents vacuoles?

a. F

b. X

-->  c. A

d. M

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The nucleolus is the center of the cell. Where is it?

a. S

-->  b. E

c. X

d. Y

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Identify the plasma membrane

a. A

b. C

-->  c. D

d. F

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What is represented by label V?

-->  a. LYSOSOME

b. CENTRIOLE

c. GOLGI APPARATUS

d. RIBOSOMES

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Identify the cytoplasm in the following image:

-->  a. R

b. T

c. C

d. D

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Which label identifies the mitochondrion?

-->  a. X

b. F

c. D

d. A

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Identify the Golgi Complex

a. N

b. E

c. V

-->  d. P

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Where is the Nucleolus?

-->  a. J

b. E

c. S

d. P

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Where is the cell membrane located?

-->  a. S

b. T

c. P

d. V

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Which label shows the Peroxisome?

-->  a. W

b. C

c. H

d. U

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Which letter identifies the peroxisome?

a. D

b. L

c. U

-->  d. W

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What would happen without the plasma membrane, identified by the letter P in the diagram?

a. NUCLEUS WOULD BE FREE MOVING IN THE CELL

b. SUBSTANCES WOULD BE UNABLE TO ENTER THE CELL

c. THE CELL WOULD COLAPSE

-->  d. THE CELL WOULD HAVE NO STRUCTURE OR SUPPORT

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

-->  a. T

b. MITOCHONDRIA

c. N

d. F

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Identify the endoplasmic reticulum

-->  a. S

b. F

c. N

d. P

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Which letter is Nucleus represented in the Diagram?

a. L

b. U

c. S

-->  d. N

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Identify the part of the cell where proteins are made.

a. L

b. N

-->  c. P

d. A

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Where is the golgi body?

a. S

b. N

c. A

-->  d. L

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Where is the center of the cell?

a. E

b. F

c. A

-->  d. N

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Which letter represents the nucleus?

-->  a. N

b. L

c. S

d. F

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Which label stands for the mitochondrion?

a. Y

-->  b. M

c. S

d. D

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Which letter represents the Cytoplasm?

a. J

b. D

-->  c. C

d. N

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

a. X

-->  b. M

c. F

d. S

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Which label refers to the nucleus?

-->  a. P

b. L

c. A

d. H

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What is the label for the structure inside the nucleus (P)?

-->  a. K

b. W

c. R

d. A

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Which label shows the Chloroplasts?

a. W

b. P

c. T

-->  d. H

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Which label shows the Nucleus?

-->  a. Y

b. P

c. U

d. X

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Which part of the cell regulates cells content.

-->  a. H

b. A

c. C

d. D

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Name two structures exclusive to the plant cells.

a. N AND D

-->  b. V AND H

c. N AND V

d. H AND T

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Which letter corresponds to the part that is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. X

b. M

c. W

d. T

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Which letter denotes the powerhouse of the cell?

a. N

b. C

-->  c. M

d. X

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In the diagram which label refers to the cell's cytoplasm?

-->  a. E

b. X

c. C

d. A

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What label does the nucleolus receive?

-->  a. D

b. U

c. X

d. C

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Which label shows the cytoplasm?

a. M

-->  b. N

c. S

d. A

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Identify the cytoplasm in the following image:

a. X

b. M

c. A

-->  d. N

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Which represents the part of the cell where proteins are made?

-->  a. M

b. A

c. S

d. N

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In the diagram please select the label that refers to the cell's flagellum.

a. U

b. C

c. X

-->  d. S

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What letter label refers to the flagellum?

a. U

b. K

c. C

-->  d. S

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Where is the flagellum?

a. C

b. K

-->  c. S

d. U

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Which label identifies the cell membrane?

a. P

-->  b. J

c. F

d. H

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Which of the labeled elements shows a centrosome?

a. S

-->  b. E

c. V

d. P

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It surrounds the nucleolus and bounded by the nuclear membrane

a. E

-->  b. W

c. V

d. D

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Which part of the cell makes energy available to the cell?

-->  a. M

b. E

c. V

d. J

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Select the mitochondria.

a. U

b. C

-->  c. T

d. X

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Which label indicates DNA?

-->  a. P

b. C

c. X

d. U

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Identify the organelle that makes energy available to the cell.

a. C

b. P

-->  c. T

d. U

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Where is the endoplasmic reticulum located?

a. T

b. A

-->  c. X

d. M

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Which part of the cell makes energy available to the cell?

-->  a. T

b. V

c. D

d. A

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Identify DNA material

a. D

b. W

-->  c. X

d. A

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Which of the labeled elements shows the nucleus of the cell?

-->  a. J

b. E

c. D

d. X

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Where is the DNA material?

a. A

b. D

c. W

-->  d. X

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What are the ATP producing structures?

a. J

b. W

c. D

-->  d. F

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What letter depicts the nucleus?

a. A

b. F

c. W

-->  d. D

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What type of cell is this?

a. Fungus Cell

b. Plant Cell

c. Protozoa

-->  d. Animal Cell,

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What cell structure is surrounded by the endoplasmic reticulum?

a. Vacuole

b. Mitochondria

c. Golgi body

-->  d. Nucleus

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Which organelle is surrounded by the endoplasmic reticulum?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Golgi boy

d. Mitochondria

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How many parts does the cell have?

a. 8

b. 7

-->  c. 9

d. 5

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How many parts of the cell are shown in the picture?

a. 8

b. 7

-->  c. 9

d. 6

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The protein synthesis is carried out by which one of these structures?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Ribosomes

c. Nuclear membrane

d. Nucleus

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What is in the center of the cell?

a. cytoplasm

-->  b. nucleus

c. cell membrane

d. ribosome

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What is the largest organelle in an eukaryotic cell?

a. Ribosomes

b. Cell membrane

-->  c. Nucleus

d. Cytoplasm

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How many parts are depicted in the diagram?

a. 4

b. 6

-->  c. 5

d. 3

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This keeps other substances inside or outside the cell.

a. Nucleus

b. Cytoplasm

-->  c. Cell membrane

d. Ribosomes

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What structure goes around the Nucleus in a cell?

-->  a. Nuclear membrane

b. Ribosomes

c. Cell membrane

d. Cytoplasm

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Which part surrounds and protects the cell?

a. golgi body

b. vacuole

c. ribosomes

-->  d. cell wall

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What is the center of the cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. chloroplast

c. cell wall

-->  d. Nucleus

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What part of the cell provides energy to the rest of the cell?

a. Cell wall

b. Vacuole

-->  c. Mitochondrion

d. Centrosome

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How many mitochondria are found in the cell diagram?

a. 3

b. 1

-->  c. 2

d. 4

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What is a minute particle consisting of RNA and associated proteins found in large numbers in the cytoplasm of living cells?

-->  a. Ribosome

b. Cell Membrane

c. Cell Wall

d. Cytoplasm

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What is between the cell wall and cytoplasm?

-->  a. Cell membrane

b. chloroplast

c. Vacuole

d. Smooth ER

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Identify the organelle that makes energy available to the cell.

a. Vacuole

b. Peroxisome

c. Endoplasmic Reticulum

-->  d. Mitochondria

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. vacuole

b. lysosome

-->  c. nucleolus

d. centriole

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From the diagram, how many organelles(s) are involved in making energy for the cell?

a. 2

-->  b. 1

c. 4

d. 3

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Identify the skin responsible of closing the cytoplasm together on the cell.

a. Cytoplasm

b. Vacuole

-->  c. Cell Membrane

d. Chloroplasts

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The cell membrane encloses what part of the cell?

a. Golgi Apparatus

b. Vacuole

-->  c. cytoplasm

d. Nucleus

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What covers the Cell Membrane?

a. Vacuole

-->  b. Cell Wall

c. Mitochondria

d. Nucleus

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Which structure is immediately before the cell wall protecting the cell?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Membrane

c. Ribossome

d. Cytoplasm

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How many chloroplasts are depicted in the diagram?

-->  a. 4

b. 2

c. 1

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. lysosomes

b. cytoplasm

-->  c. nucleolus

d. cell wall

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What is the outermost part of this cell called?

a. cilia

b. cytoplasm

c. vesicle formation

-->  d. plasma membrane

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What is the cell casing called?

a. Ribosomes

b. Nucleus

c. Vacuole

-->  d. Plasma membrane.

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The nucleolus is contained inside what?

-->  a. The nucleus

b. centriole

c. lysosome

d. Ribosome

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Which of these is on the exterior of a cell?

a. Ribosomes

b. Cytoplasm

c. Nucleous

-->  d. Cilia

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How many lysosomes are in the cell diagram?

a. 1

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 2

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How many mitochondria are there?

a. 4

b. 3

c. 5

-->  d. 2

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What is a thick solution that fills each cell and is enclosed by the cell membrane?

a. Lysosome

-->  b. Cytoplasms

c. Cilia

d. Centriole

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What lies in the center of the nucleus?

a. Cilia

b. Vacuole

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Cytoplasm

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What is the material or protoplasm within a living cell, excluding the nucleus?

-->  a. Cytoplasm

b. Nucleus

c. Ribosome

d. Cell Wall

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What is NOT contained within the Cytoplasm?

a. Ribosomes

b. Golgi Body

-->  c. Cell Wall

d. Nucleus

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Which part of the cell is directly surrounding the nucleus?

a. Ribosomes

-->  b. Endoplasmic reticulum

c. Mitochondrion

d. Cell wall

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How many major parts does this organelle have?

a. 9

b. 8

c. 12

-->  d. 10

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How many nuclei is shown in the diagram?

-->  a. 1

b. 4

c. 3

d. 2

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. nucleus

b. cytoplasm

-->  c. cell wall

d. vacuole

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Which represents the part of the cell where proteins are made?

-->  a. Ribosomes

b. Nucleus

c. Vacuole

d. Mitochondrion

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What is the main function of mitochondrion?

a. Store materials in the cell.

-->  b. Makes energy available to the cell.

c. Make proteins

d. Transport proteins.

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Which organelle can carry ribosomes on its surface?

a. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum

b. Mitochondrion

c. Lysosome

-->  d. Rough endoplasmic reticulum

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How many centrioles are in the cell diagram?

-->  a. 2

b. 4

c. 1

d. 3

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How many types of endoplasmic reticulum are there in a cell?

a. 1

b. 3

c. 5

-->  d. 2

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What is an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane?

a. Golgi Vesicles

b. Nucleus

c. Nucleolus

-->  d. Lysosome

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Where is located the DNA?

a. In the plasma

b. In the mitochondrion

-->  c. In the nucleolus

d. In the nuclear membrane

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Where is our genetic material located?

a. In the golgi apparatus

b. In lysosomes

c. In centrioles

-->  d. Inside the nucleus

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What is in the Nucleus?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Genetic material

c. Ribosomes

d. Lysosome

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What part is within the centrosome?

-->  a. Centriole

b. Golgi

c. Lysosome

d. Nucleolus

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How many nuclei is shown in the diagram?

a. 3

b. 4

c. 2

-->  d. 1

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. golgi

c. mitochondrion

d. lysosome

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Which part expels waste?

a. ribosomes

-->  b. secretory vesicle

c. microtubule

d. mitochondria

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What encircles the Nucleolus?

-->  a. Nucleus

b. Centrosome

c. Chromatin

d. Ribosomes

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How many lysosomes are shown in the illustration?

a. 3

b. 2

-->  c. 4

d. 1

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How many parts of the cell are there within the nucleus? (not including the nucleus itself)

a. 3

b. 4

c. 1

-->  d. 2

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What is an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane?

-->  a. lysosome

b. microtubule

c. mucleus

d. centrosome

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. centrosome

b. plasma membrane

c. lysosome

-->  d. nucleolus

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Which part of the cell converts glucose to adenosine triphosphate?

-->  a. Mitochondrion

b. Ribosome

c. Lysosome

d. Centrioles

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What part covers the nucleolus?

a. Mitochondrion

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Rough endoplasmatic reticulum

d. Golgi vesicles

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Which part of the cell protects and holds it together?

a. Lysosome

b. Cytoplasm

-->  c. Cell membrane

d. Nucleus

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How many mitochondria are in the cell diagram?

a. 2

b. 1

-->  c. 3

d. 4

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How many nuclei is shown in the illustration?

a. 4

-->  b. 1

c. 3

d. 2

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What is shown in the diagram?

-->  a. Anatomy of an animal cell

b. Photosynthesis

c. Energy Wave

d. Anatomy of an human cell

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What would happen to the cell without cytoplasm?

a. it would get hard

b. it would freeze

c. it would grow

-->  d. It would lose its shape

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It is an organelle that makes energy available to the cell. Its like the power plant of a cell.

a. Lysosome

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Mitochondrion

d. Cytoplasm

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What structure lies within the nucleus?

a. ribosome

b. mitochondrion

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. lysosome

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. ribosome

b. centriole

-->  c. nucleolus

d. mitochondrion

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What part gathers amino acids and joins them together into proteins?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Ribosome

c. Mitochondrion

d. Lysosome

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Which is not a type of organelle?

a. Golgi Vesicles

b. Nucleus

c. Mitochondrion

-->  d. Cytoplasm

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Which part of the cell is connected to the nucleus?

a. Lyosome

-->  b. Smooth ER

c. Golgi vesicles

d. Mitochrondrion

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How many mitochondria appear in the diagram?

a. 1

-->  b. 3

c. 2

d. 4

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How does the nucleolus functions?

a.  It helps the cell keep its shape

b. holds cell organelles in place

c. makes energy available to the cell

-->  d. it forms ribosomes

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What is a small dense spherical structure in the nucleus of a cell during interphase?

-->  a. Nucleolus

b. Mitochondrion

c. Nucleus

d. Lysosome

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What is the center of the cell called?

a. Cell Membrane

b. Nucleus

c. Cytoplasm

-->  d. Nucleolus

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy.

a. nucleus

-->  b. mitochondrion

c. cytoplasm

d. golgi apparatus

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What is the part of the cell that is in between the nucleolus and cytoplasm?

-->  a. nucleus

b. mitochondrion

c. cell membrane

d. Golgi aparatus

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Which of the following is the substance that the other parts of the cell float around in?

a. cell membrane

-->  b. cytoplasm

c. golgi apparatus

d. mitochondria

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. cytoplasm

b. mitochondrion

c. cell membrane

-->  d. nucleolus

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What is the centermost part of this cell?

a. vacuole

b. mitochondria

c. cell membrane

-->  d. nucleolus

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It protects and supports the cell.

a. nucleus

-->  b. cell membrane

c. cytoplasm

d. vacuole

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What covers the nucleolus?

-->  a. Nucleus

b. Cytoplasm

c. Vacuole

d. Mitochondria

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What's the innermost part of the nucleus in an animal cell?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Vacuole

c. Golgi apparatus

-->  d. Nucleolus

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How many of the items are listed in Maroon colored text?

-->  a. 4

b. 3

c. 2

d. 1

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How many vacuoles are present in the illustration?

a. 1

-->  b. 3

c. 4

d. 5

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. golgi apparatus

c. lysosome

d. ribosome

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Which organelle makes energy available to the cell by using energy in glucose to make smaller molecules called ATP?

a. Nucleus

b. Ribosomes

c. Vacuole

-->  d. Mitochondrion

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Which structure is responsible for isolating the cell's content?

a. Lysosome

-->  b. Cell Membrane

c. Nucleus

d. Cytoplasm

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From the diagram, how many organelles(s) are involved in making energy for the cell?

a. 3

-->  b. 1

c. 4

d. 2

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This organelle functions as the powerhouse of the cell and produces ATP.

a. Vacuole

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Mitochondrion

d. Lysosome

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What is a space or vesicle within the cytoplasm of a cell, enclosed by a membrane and typically containing fluid?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Vacuole

c. Golgi Body

d. Ribosomes

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. lysosome

-->  b. nucleolus

c. centrioles

d. smooth endoplasmic reticulum

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What is the very center of the cell called?

a. Centrioles

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Lysosome

d. plasma membrane

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What envelopes the cytoplasm?

a. smooth endoplasmic reticulum

b. chromatin

-->  c. plasma membrane

d. lysosome

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Which structure is the one in the center of the chromatin?

-->  a. Nucleolus

b. Nucleus

c. Centrioles

d. Lysosome

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How many Golgi bodies are found in the cell diagram?

a. 2

b. none

-->  c. 1

d. 3

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How many nuclei in a cell?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 1

d. 3

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What is the outer layer of the nucleus in this cell?

a. Lysosome

b. Golgi complex

c. Cilia

-->  d. Nuclear envelope

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Which part expels waste?

-->  a. secretory vesicle

b. cilia

c. lysosome

d. microfilaments

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Which of these holds the cell together?

a. Nuclear Envelope

b. Ribosomes

c. Microfilaments

-->  d. Plasma Membrane

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How many energy-producing organelles are there in the picture?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 7

d. 8

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What is an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane?

a. Golgi Complex

-->  b. Lysosome

c. Microtubules

d. Nucleus

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. microtubules

b. plasma membrane

-->  c. nucleolus

d. microfilaments

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What is the outermost covering of an animal cell called?

a. ribosome

b. golgi body

c. vacuole

-->  d. cell membrane

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What is the outermost part of the cell that envelops the Ribosome?

a. mitochondria

b. nucleus

-->  c. Cell Membrane

d. golgi body

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Which organelle is not a part of an animal cell?

a. Mitochondria

b. Vacuole

-->  c. Chloroplast

d. Nucleus

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How many nuclei in a cell?

a. 4

b. 2

-->  c. 1

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. golgi body

c. ribosome

d. vacuole

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What is around the cell?

a. golgi vesicles

b. ribosome

c. nucleolus

-->  d. cell wall

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What surrounds and protects the cell?

a. Ribosomes

b. Vacuole membrane

c. Nucleus

-->  d. Cell wall

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Which membrane is responsible for isolating the cell's crystals?

a. Nucleus Membrane

b. Cell Membrane

c. Endoplasmic Reticulum

-->  d. Vacuole Membrane

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How many cell parts are within the vacuole membrane?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 5

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. druse crystal

c. cytoplasm

d. cell wall

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

a. Ribosome

b. Cell Wall

c. Chloroplast

-->  d. Mitochondrion

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Identify the yellow part of the cell.

-->  a. Lysosomes

b. Nucleus

c. Centrosome

d. Cytoplasm

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What is the outermost layer of the cell?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Cell mebrane

c. Nucleus

-->  d. Cell wall

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Which of the following structures is NOT found in a plant cell?

a. Centrosome

b. Chloroplast

-->  c. Capsid

d. Cytoplasm

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What is a plastid that contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place?

a. Lysosomes

b. Cytoplasms

-->  c. Chloroplast

d. Cell Wal

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What is the center most part of the cell?

a. Mitochondria

b. Chloroplast

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Cell wall

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Which are the chloroplast?

a. purple ones

b. blue ones

-->  c. Green ones

d. pink ones

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Which part surrounds and protects the plant cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. chloroplast

c. ribosomes

-->  d. cell wall

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What's the name of the outermost layer in the diagram?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Cell wall

c. Cell membrane

d. Golgi body

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How many chloroplasts are shown in the illustration?

a. 2

b. 5

-->  c. 3

d. 4

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How many parts of the plant cell are there?

a. 7

b. 8

c. 9

-->  d. 10

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What happens if there are no ribosomes?

-->  a. can't produce protein

b. nothing happens

c. no protections

d. can produce energy

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. nucleus

-->  c. cell wall

d. chloroplast

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What is not in animal cells?

a. Ribosomes

b. Microtubule

-->  c. Chloroplast

d. Golgi Apparatus

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What is the largest organelle in the cell?

a. Mitochondrion

b. Golgi apparatus

c. Chloroplast

-->  d. Nucleus

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How many features of a plant cell do not appear in animal cells?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 6

d. 5

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How many parts aren't in animal cells?

a. 4

b. 2

-->  c. 3

d. 5

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. golgi apparatus

c. nucleus

d. ribosomes

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Identify which part acts like the power plant of a cell.

a. centrosome

b. ribosomes

c. golgi body

-->  d. mitochondrion

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Which of the following is located inside the Nucleus?

a. Centrosome

b. Cell Membrane

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Cytoplasm

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How many chloroplasts are in the cell diagram?

a. 1

b. 2

c. none

-->  d. 3

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How many parts of the plant cell are labeled?

a. 14

b. 13

c. 12

-->  d. 15

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. amyloplast

b. cytoplasm

c. centrosome

-->  d. nucleolus

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. golgi complex

c. vacuole

d. chloroplast

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What surrounds the cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. golgi complex

c. nucleus

d. vacuole

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How many chloroplasts are in the diagram of the plant cell?

-->  a. 6

b. 5

c. 3

d. 4

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What is another packaging organelle like the endoplasmic reticulum (ER)?

a. Cell Wall

-->  b. Golgi Complex

c. Vacuole

d. Membrane

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Which of the following organelles makes protein by joining amino acids together?

a. heterochromatin

-->  b. ribosomes

c. nucleoplasm

d. nucleolus

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What directly surrounds the nucleolus?

a. Chromatin

b. Nuclear Envelope

-->  c. Nucleoplasm

d. Ribosomes

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Which structure in the Human Nucleus Cell allows the trades between the cell and the body?

a. Nucleolus

b. Nuclear Envelope

c. Nuclear Membrane

-->  d. Nuclear Pore

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How many membrane layers are there?

a. 3

-->  b. 2

c. 4

d. 1

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In a human nucleus cell, what is the substance of a cell nucleus?

-->  a. Nucleoplasm

b. Nucleus

c. Nucleolus

d. Euchromatim

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What is inside the nucleoplasm?

a. outer membrane

b. nuclear pore

-->  c. nucleolus

d. ribosomes

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Which part holds the DNA?

a. vesicle

b. golgi apparatus

c. lysosome

-->  d. nucleus

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After the endoplasmic reticulum, what part of the cell receives the proteins for transferring to other parts of the cell

a. nucleus

b. vesicle

-->  c. Golgi apparatus

d. lysosome

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How many energies producing organelles can you see in the picture?

a. 4

-->  b. 3

c. 1

d. 2

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What happens if the nucleus is removed from the cell?

a. The cell will not be able to create energy for itself.

b. The cell will not be able to digest food.

-->  c. The cell will not be able to reproduce.

d. The cell will not be able to expel waste.

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What is within the chloroplast?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Plasma Membrane

c. Vacuole

-->  d. Starch granule

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. starch granule

b. cytoplasm

-->  c. cell wall

d. plasma membrane

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Which represents everything inside the cell membrane (except the nucleus if there is one)?

a. Vacuole

b. Cell Wall

-->  c. Cytoplasm

d. Plasma Membrane

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How is called the outermost layer of the bacteria?

a. Cell wall.

b. Mesosome.

-->  c. Capsule.

d. Plasma membrane

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How many flagella are in the bacterial cell diagram?

a. too many to count

-->  b. 1

c. 3

d. 2

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How many parts of the cell are shown in the diagram?

a. 6

b. 7

c. 5

-->  d. 8

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What is a rigid layer of polysaccharides lying outside the plasma membrane of the cells of plants, fungi, and bacteria?

a. Capsule

-->  b. Cell Wall

c. Mesosome

d. Cytoplasm

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What surrounds the cell wall?

-->  a. capsule

b. cytoplasm

c. mesosome

d. plasma membrane

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What structure is part of the nucleo?

a. Peroxisome

b. Plasma Membrane

-->  c. Membrane Nuclear

d. Golgi Complex

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Which of these is not part of the nucleus?

-->  a. Ribosomes

b. Nucleolus

c. Membrane Nuclear

d. Poro Nuclear

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Among the cell structures, how many is capable of protein production?

-->  a. 1

b. 3

c. 7

d. 5

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How many parts of the nucleo are there?

-->  a. 4

b. 6

c. 3

d. 2

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What happens if there are no ribosomes?

a. no energy production

b. no glucose production

-->  c. no protein production

d. nothing happens

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. plasma membrane

-->  b. nucleolus

c. ribosomes

d. mitochondria

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. centriole

b. golgi apparatus

c. nucleus

-->  d. mitochondrion

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Which part sends proteins and lipids where they need to go?

a. Lysosome

b. Centriole

-->  c. Golgi apparatus

d. Vacuole

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Is this a plant cell or an animal cell?

a. Plant

-->  b. animal cell

c. Impossible to tell

d. Neither

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Which organelle is located just outside the cell nucleus?

a. Golgi appartaus

b. Lysosome

-->  c. Rough endoplasmic reticulum

d. Centriole

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How many items are labeled in the diagram?

a. 4

b. 8

-->  c. 9

d. 7

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What covers the nucleus?

a. golgi apparatus

b. lysosome

c. centriole

-->  d. rough endoplasmic reticulum

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What does the eukaryote and the prokaryote have in common?

-->  a. Ribosomes

b. Cell Wall

c. Flagellum

d. Nucleus

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Which structure do both the Eukaryote and the Prokaryote contain?

a. The cell membrane

-->  b. Ribosomes

c. The mitochondria

d. The nucleolis

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How many major parts does a eukaryote have?

a. 2

-->  b. 4

c. 5

d. 3

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What is an organism in which cells contain a nucleus and other organelles enclosed within membranes?

a. Prokaryote

b. Nucleoid

c. Nucleolis

-->  d. Eukaryote

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What is the main difference between a eukaryote and a prokaryote?

a. Eukaryotes have ribosomes while prokaryotes do not have any.

-->  b. Eukaryotes have a true nucleus, while prokaryotes do not have any.

c. Eukaryotes have ribosomes while prokaryotes do not have any.

d. Eukaryotes have no cell membrane.

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It is an organelle that makes energy available to the cell. Its like the power plant of a cell

a. Nucleous

b. Cell Membrane

-->  c. Mitochondrion

d. Ribosomes

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In a prokaryote, the part in between the cell membrane and the capsule is called the:

-->  a. cell wall

b. flagellum

c. ribosomes

d. nucleoid

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What is a structure both cells have in common?

a. Nucleolus

b. Mitochondrion

-->  c. Ribosomes

d. Flagellum

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How many parts of the prokaryote are there?

a. 7

b. 4

c. 3

-->  d. 6

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What is inside the membrane-enclosed nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. capsule

c. cell membrane

d. ribosomes

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Identify the part of the Eukaryotic cell that houses the cell's DNA

a. Mitochondria

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Ribosomes

d. Nucleolus

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Which part of the eukaryotic cell contains most of the genetic material?

-->  a. Nucleus

b. nucleolus

c. ribosomes

d. mitochondria

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Which is part of a Prokaryotic cell?

-->  a. Flagellum

b. Nucleus

c. Mitochondria

d. Nucleolus

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Which type of cell has a flagellum?

a. capsule

b. nucleoid

-->  c. prokaryotic

d. eukaryotic

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How many parts are pointed out in the eukaryotic cell?

a. 7

b. 3

c. 5

-->  d. 4

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How many parts of the eukaryotic cells are there?

-->  a. 4

b. 3

c. 5

d. 6

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What is the relationship between the cell membrane and the cytoplasm?

a. The cell membrane is inside of the cytoplasm

b. The cell membrane does not do anything special

c. The cell membrane has no relation to the cytoplasm

-->  d. The cell membrane encloses the cytoplasm

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What is at the center of the prokaryotic cell?

-->  a. DNA (nucleoid)

b. eukaryotic cell

c. ribosome

d. plasma membrane

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Which cell part is common between the prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?

a. DNA

b. lysosome

c. plasma membrane

-->  d. ribosome

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How many basic types of cells of living organisms do we know?

a. 4

b. 3

c. 1

-->  d. 2

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How many parts are only present in one kind of cell?

-->  a. 4

b. 3

c. 1

d. 2

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What is the outermost part of an eukaryotic cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. lysosome

c. ribosome

-->  d. plasma membrane

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What part of a cell is at the edge enclosing the cell?

a. ribosomes

-->  b. plasma membrane

c. mitochondria

d. cell wall

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Where can you find the nucleolus?

a. plasma membrane

b. centriole

-->  c. chromatin

d. mitochondria

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Which of the following structures is found inside the nucleus of a cell?

a. Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum

b. Mitochondria

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Lysosome

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How many centrioles does the diagram of the cell have?

a. 1

b. 4

c. 3

-->  d. 2

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. centriole

-->  b. nucleolus

c. golgi apparatus

d. lysosome

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What does the purple in the center stand for?

a. cell membrane

-->  b. nucleus

c. cytoplasm

d. mitochondria

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What is the part of the cell that is in between the nucleus and the cell membrane?

a. vacuoles

b. mitochondria

c. nucleus

-->  d. cytoplasm

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Where are vacuoles found?

a. nucleus

b. mitochondria

-->  c. cytoplasm

d. cell membrane

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How many parts are shown in the diagram below?

a. 3

b. 4

-->  c. 5

d. 6

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In the diagram, how many vacuoles does the cell have?

-->  a. 2

b. 1

c. 3

d. 4

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. vacuoles

c. mitochondria

-->  d. cell membrane

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

-->  a. mitochondrion

b. golgi apparatus

c. nucleus

d. rough ER

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How is called the outermost layer of the cell?

a. Nucleus.

-->  b. Cell wall.

c. Cytoplasm.

d. Cell membrane.

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What is the fluid portion of cytoplasm?

a. Rough ER

-->  b. Cytosol

c. Golgi Apparatus

d. Chloroplast

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How many mitochondria are shown in the illustration?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 1

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. cytoplasm

b. cell wall

-->  c. nucleolus

d. amyloplast

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What is the outer layer of the cell?

a. Cell membrane

-->  b. Cell wall

c. Chloroplast

d. Nucleus

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What part is displayed in green in this cell?

a. nucleus

-->  b. lysosome

c. golgi

d. plasma cell membrane

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Which part of the cell encloses the cytoplasm and protects substances inside the cell?

a. Lysosome

b. Golgi Apparatus

-->  c. Plasma Cell Membrane

d. Ribosome

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Which part of the cell surrounds all the others?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Plasma cell membrane

c. Golgi

d. Endoplasmic reticulum

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How many lysosomes does the cell in the diagram have?

a. 3

-->  b. 5

c. 4

d. 2

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. endoplasmic reticulum

b. nucleus

-->  c. plasma cell membrane

d. golgi

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From the diagram, identify the part of the cell which surrounds the cell membrane and supports and protects the cell.

a. flagellum

b. pilus

-->  c. cell wall

d. ribosome

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What is between capsule and cell membrane?

a. Flagellum.

-->  b. Cell wall.

c. Pilus.

d. Ribosome.

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Where is the Chromosomal DNA located?

a. capsule

b. cell membrane

c. cell wall

-->  d. nucleoid

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How many parts are there in a prokaryotic cell?

a. 4

b. 6

c. 2

-->  d. 7

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How many pili are in the bacterial cell diagram?

-->  a. 34

b. 33

c. 32

d. 35

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What are the hair-like protrusions coming out of the capsule called?

a. flagellum

-->  b. pilus

c. cell wall

d. ribosome

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Where does the photosynthesis take place?

a. Centrosome

-->  b. Mitochondrie

c. Ribosome

d. Nucleole

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How many microtubules are shown in the figure?

a. 5

b. 3

-->  c. 6

d. 4

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This is an organelle that recycles unneeded molecules. It uses enzymes to break down the molecules into their components.

a. Vacuole

b. Ribosome

-->  c. Lysosome

d. Cytosol

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. vacuole

b. ribosome

c. mitochondrie

-->  d. membrane plasmique

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Which is not part of an animal cell?

a. Ribosome

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Cell Wall

d. Mitochondria

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How many features of the plant cell do not also appear in the animal cell?

-->  a. 5

b. 3

c. 7

d. 2

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. nucleus

c. mitochondria

d. center vacuole

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In this picture what do the green dots represent?

a. smooth ER

b. nuclear pore

c. rough endoplasmic reticulum

-->  d. vesicles

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. lysosome

b. ribosomes

-->  c. nuclear envelope

d. smooth ER

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Which part helps organize the DNA in the nucleus before cell division takes place?

a. Nuclear envelope

b. Microtubules

-->  c. Centrioles

d. Nuclear pore

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What membrane surrounds the nucleus?

a. Nuclear pore

b. Centrioles

-->  c. Nuclear envelope

d. Vesicles

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How many parts does a typical animal cell consist of?

-->  a. 14

b. 15

c. 13

d. 12

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How many types of endoplasmic reticulum exist within a typical animal cell?

a. 4

b. 3

c. 1

-->  d. 2

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What covers the nucleus?

a. ribosomes

b. centrioles

-->  c. nuclear envelope

d. vesicles

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

-->  a. Mitochondria

b. Golgi Apparatus

c. Ribosomes

d. Vesicles

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In the cell, it acts as a factory where proteins are made. It gathers amino acids and joins them together to form proteins.

a. rough endoplasmic reticulum

b. vacuole

-->  c. ribosomes

d. smooth endoplasmic reticulum

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What does separate the nucleus from the cytoplasm?

a. Cell membrane.

b. Vacuole.

c. Nucleolus.

-->  d. Nuclear membrane.

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What lines the outside of the Nucleus?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Cell Membrane

c. Rough ER

-->  d. The Nuclear Membrane

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From the diagram, how many organelles(s) are involved in making energy for the cell?

-->  a. 1

b. 4

c. 2

d. 3

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How many parts of the Animal cell are covered by cell membrane?

a. 9

b. 11

c. 13

-->  d. 12

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. ribosomes

-->  b. nucleolus

c. vacuole

d. cytoplasm

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Identify what is inside the nucleus.

a. Ribosomes

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Vacuole

d. Mitochondrion

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. mitochondron

-->  b. nucleolus

c. vacuole

d. centrioles

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Where's the cells DNA located?

a. Vacuole

b. Mitochondrion

c. Ribosomes

-->  d. In the nucleus

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Part of the cell which is in between the nucleolus and cytoplasm

a. mitochondrion

b. ribosome

c. vacuole

-->  d. nucleus

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What material connects all the organelles within the cell membrane?

a. Vacuole

b. Nuclear envelope

c. Golgi apparatus

-->  d. Cytoplasm

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How many lysosomes are in the illustrated cell?

-->  a. 4

b. 6

c. 2

d. 1

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How many nucleoli does a typical animal cell have in the diagram?

a. 2

-->  b. 1

c. 3

d. none

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From the list, pick the correct order of the layers of a cell from outermost to innermost

a. Cell membrane -> Vacuole -> Mitochondrion -> Golgi apparatus

b. Ribosomes -> Nuclear envelope -> Nucleus -> Nucleolus

c. Cell membrane -> Golgi apparatus -> Mitochondrion -> Nucleus

-->  d. Cell membrane -> Cytoplasm -> Nucleus -> Nucleolus

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What happens if the nucleus is removed from the cell?

a. The cell cannot create energy.

b. The cell cannot expel waste.

-->  c. The cell will not be able to reproduce.

d. The cell cannot digest food.

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What covers the Cytoplasm?

a. Endosome

-->  b. Cytoskeleton

c. Karyon

d. Centrioles

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What's the name of the outermost part of the cell in the diagram?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Microvili

c. Karyon

d. Ribosomes

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How many parts are shown in the cell below?

-->  a. 14

b. 12

c. 11

d. 10

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What is the top part or the cell called?

a. karyon

b. cytoplasm

-->  c. microvilli

d. plasma membrane

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What is inside the nuclear membrane?

-->  a. endosome

b. golgi image

c. microvilli

d. plasma membrane

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What will happen if the cytoskeleton is damaged?

a. the cell will keep its shape

-->  b. the cell will not keep its shape. organelles will not be held at the cytoplasm

c. nothing

d. the cell will shrink

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What part of the cell produces protein?

-->  a. ribosomes

b. lysosome

c. cytosol

d. chromatin

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Which of the following is an organelle that recycles unneeded molecules?

-->  a. Lysosome

b. Plasma membrane

c. Nucleus

d. Chromatin

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What is present inside the nucleus?

-->  a. Nucleolus

b. Cytosol

c. Villi

d. Centrioles

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What is the largest organelle in an eukaryotic cell?

a. Ribosomes

b. Cytosol

c. Centrioles

-->  d. Nucleus

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What organelle organizes the DNA in the nucleus before cell division?

a. Plasma membrane

b. Nucleolus

-->  c. Centriole

d. Cytosol

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How many mitochondria are in the cell diagram?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 1

-->  d. 4

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How many parts are inside the nucleus?

a. 4

b. 2

-->  c. 3

d. 6

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Where is energy produced?

a. golgi apparatus

b. centrioles

-->  c. mitochondrion

d. cytoplasm

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Which part of the cell controls what substances enter and leave the cell?

a. Nucleus

b. Lysosome

c. Endoplasmic reticulum

-->  d. Cell membrane

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What encloses the entire cell?

-->  a. Cell membrane

b. Nucleolus

c. Cytoplasm

d. Centrioles

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Where is the Golgi apparatus located?

a. cell membrane

b. cell wall

c. nucleolus

-->  d. in the cytoplasm

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How many nuclei is found in the cell diagram?

-->  a. 1

b. none

c. 2

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. cytoplasm

b. cell membrane

-->  c. nucleolus

d. centrioles

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What is the outermost surface of cell called?

a. Nucleus

b. Lysosome

c. Ribosome

-->  d. Cell membrane

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What item is displayed in green in this diagram?

-->  a. peroxisome

b. ribosomes

c. chromatin

d. microtubule

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From the diagram, identify the organelle which sends proteins and lipids where they need to go.

a. ribosomes

b. centrosome

-->  c. golgi apparatus

d. rough endoplasmic reticulum

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What is contained within the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. filament

c. lysosome

d. chromatin

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What's the name of the outermost part of the depicted cell?

a. Filament

-->  b. Plasma membrane

c. Golgi apparatus

d. Nucleus

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How many nuclei are there?

a. 3

b. 4

-->  c. 1

d. 2

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. microtubule

-->  b. nucleolus

c. ribosomes

d. centrosome

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Identify the large cell organelle that sends proteins and lipids where they need to go.

-->  a. Golgi apparatus

b. Peroxisome

c. Plasma membrane

d. Mitochondrion

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Which organelle is only found in animal cells?

a. Nucleus

b. Ribosome

-->  c. Centriole

d. Mitochondrion

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How many parts is cytoskeleton comprised of?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 1

d. 4

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Name one part of the cytoskeleton

a. flagellum

b. centriole

-->  c. microfilament

d. lysosome

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What helps organize the DNA in the nucleus before cell division takes place?

a. rough endoplasmic reticulum

b. ribosomes

-->  c. centriole

d. nucleus

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. ribosomes

b. lysosome

-->  c. rough endoplasmic reticulum

d. mitochondrion

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Which part expels waste?

a. centrosome

-->  b. secretory vesicles

c. cytoplasm

d. peroxisome

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The nuclear envelope is covered with:

a. Cilium

b. Lysosomes

-->  c. Pores

d. Golgi Apparatus

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What is the membrane enclosing the nucleolus called?

-->  a. Nuclear envelope

b. Golgi apparatus

c. Nuclear pore

d. Centriole

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How many parts does the nucleus have?

-->  a. 4

b. 2

c. 5

d. 3

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How many parts of the nucleo are there?

a. 3

b. 5

c. 6

-->  d. 4

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What is inside the nucleoplasm?

a. cilium

b. centriole

-->  c. nucleolus

d. lysosome

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What is shown in the diagram?

a. Human Cell

-->  b. Animal Cell

c. Solar Cell

d. Plant Cell

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What protects and supports the cell?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Golgi body

c. Vacuole

-->  d. Cell wall

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Which of the following is inside the nucleus?

a. Chloroplast

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Golgi body

d. Vacuole

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Which part of the cell is identified with the color green?

a. Flagellum

-->  b. Chloroplast

c. nucleus

d. Golgi body

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How many microtubules are in the flagellum of the cell diagram?

a. 3

-->  b. 2

c. 1

d. 4

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How many mitochondria are depicted in the diagram?

a. 3

-->  b. 1

c. 4

d. 2

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What surrounds the nucleus?

-->  a. endoplasmic reticulum

b. pyrenoid

c. chloroplast

d. golgi body

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Identify the organelle that recycles unneeded molecules.

a. mitochondrion

b. ribosomes

-->  c. lysosome

d. chloroplasts

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Identify the part of the cell where photosynthesis takes place.

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Chloroplasts

c. Golgi body

d. Cell wall

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Which part recycles unneeded molecules?

a. Chloroplast

-->  b. Lysosome

c. Golgi body

d. Cell wall

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What gives shape to the cell and includes other structures?

a. Ribosomes

b. Nucleus

c. Organelles

-->  d. Cytoplasm

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How many nuclei is shown in the diagram?

-->  a. 1

b. 2

c. 4

d. 3

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How many ribosomes are there?

a. 5

b. 3

c. 4

-->  d. 2

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. central vacuole

c. golgi body

d. nucleus

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What would happen to the cell if we removed the cell wall?

a. It would remain the same.

-->  b. It would not be held together.

c. It would stay the same.

d. It would gain structure

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What part is in the center of the eukaryotic cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. cilla

c. lysosome

-->  d. nucleus

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Which organelle does the Prokaryotic cell have that the Eukaryotic cell lacks?

a. Ribosomes

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Flagellum

d. Cilia

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How many mitochondria in Eukaryotic cell?

a. 1

b. 2

c. 4

-->  d. 3

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What does an eukaryotic cell have that a prokaryotic cell doesn't?

a. ribosomes

b. cilia

-->  c. nucleolus

d. DNA

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What surrounds the nucleus?

-->  a. nuclear envelope

b. ribosomes

c. lysosome

d. centriole

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Which structure involves the cell's cytoplasm and all the cell's content?

-->  a. Plasma Membrane

b. Cytoskeleton

c. Mitochondrion

d. Nucleus

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How many lysosomes are there in this cell?

a. 3

b. 4

c. 2

-->  d. 1

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What is a small set of microtubules arranged in a specific way?

a. Plasma Membrane

-->  b. Centriole

c. Ribosomes

d. Lysosome

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What is the inner cell part?

a. flagellum

b. vesicle

-->  c. nucleolus

d. cytoplasm

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What is the dark blue cell material called?

a. dna

-->  b. plasma membrane

c. nucleus

d. cytoplasm

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Which part of the cell contains the chromatin (DNA)?

a. Microtubules

b. Flagellum

-->  c. Nucleus

d. Golgi Complex

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How many mitochondria does the cell in the diagram have?

a. 4

b. 1

-->  c. 3

d. 2

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How many parts of the nucleus are there?

a. 4

b. 5

-->  c. 3

d. 6

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. plasma membrane

-->  b. nucleolus

c. golgi complex

d. free ribosome

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What is in the nucleus of a cell?

a. Ribosomes

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Cell membrane

d. Mitochondria

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Which of the following is found inside the cytoplasm?

a. Cell membrane

b. Nucleolus

c. Caveolae

-->  d. Golgi complex

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How many nucleoli is found outside of the nucleus of the cell diagram?

a. 2

b. 1

-->  c. none

d. 3

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How many parts are in the plant cell diagram?

a. 4

-->  b. 12

c. 8

d. 10

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. mitochondria

-->  b. nucleolus

c. ribosomes

d. cell membrane

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Identify which is structures that occur in animal cells, but not plant cells.

a. Chromosomes

b. Nucleolus

c. Nucleus

-->  d. Centrioles

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Which part occurs in animal cells but not in plant cells?

a. lysosome

-->  b. centrioles

c. ribosomes

d. peroxisome

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Which organelle receives molecules from the endoplasmic reticulum and sends them on to other parts of the cell?

a. Nucleus

b. Mitochondrion

c. Lysosome

-->  d. Golgi apparatus

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Which part of the nucleus envelops the nucleolus and chromosomes?

-->  a. Nuclear envelope

b. Plasma membrane

c. Centrioles

d. Endoplasmic reticulum

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How many parts is the nucleus in a typical animal cells made of?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 1

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How many parts make up the cell's nucleus?

a. 1

b. 2

-->  c. 3

d. 4

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In a typical animal cell, what is the phosphor lipid bilayer membrane which surrounds the genetic material and nucleolus in eukaryotic cells?

a. Ribosome

b. Lysosome

-->  c. Nuclear Envelope

d. Centriole

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Which structure is located within the Nucleus and helps in synthesis of ribosomes?

a. Mitochondrion

b. Lysosome

c. Centrioles

-->  d. Nucleolus

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What is the centermost part of this cell?

a. microtubules

b. mitochondrion

c. rough er

-->  d. nucleolus

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Which part of the cell controls it?

a. Mitochondrion

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Lysosome

d. Smooth ER

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Which part of the animal cell is present in the nucleus?

a. Golgi Appartus

-->  b. Chromatin

c. Rough ER

d. Lysosom

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How many parts of the nucleus are there?

a. 5

b. 2

c. 4

-->  d. 3

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The diagram indicates how many parts of the nucleus?

a. 6

-->  b. 3

c. 2

d. 4

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What is the function of a plasma membrane?

-->  a. To form a barrier

b. To store DNA

c. Suspending organelles

d. To store energy

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Which of the following is not a part or the nucleus or the animal cell?

a. Chromatin

b. Nucleolus

-->  c. Lysosome

d. Nuclear Envelope

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Which of the following is NOT a part of the cytoskeleton of the cell?

a. Microtubules

b. Microfilaments

-->  c. Ribosomes

d. Intermediate Filaments

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Which structure involves the nucleolus inside of a cell's nucleus?

-->  a. Nuclear Envelope

b. Flagellum

c. Plasma Membrane

d. Chromatin

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How many centrosomes are there in this cell?

a. 4

b. 2

c. 3

-->  d. 1

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. golgi apparatus

c. flagellum

d. lysosome

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What is the name of the central part of the cell?

a. Centrioles

b. Smooth ER

c. Ribosomes

-->  d. Nucleus

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Which part keeps substances inside or outside the cell?

a. lysosome

b. microvilli

c. ribosomes

-->  d. membrane

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What's the name of the finger-like part outside of the cell and on the external membrane?

a. Centrioles

b. Mitochondria

-->  c. Microvili

d. Golgi vesicle

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How many centrioles are in the cell diagram?

-->  a. 2

b. 3

c. 1

d. 4

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What are microscopic cellular membrane protrusions that increase the surface area of cells and minimize any increase in volume, and are involved in a wide variety of functions, including absorption, secretion, cellular adhesion, and mechanotransduction?

-->  a. Microvilli

b. Ribosomes

c. Membranes

d. Centrioles

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Which organelle converts glucose into ATP?

a. Lysosome

b. Microtubules

-->  c. Mitochondrion

d. Ribosome

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What is the outer wall of the cell called?

a. rough ER

-->  b. Cell or plasma membrane

c. lysosome

d. mitochondrion

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Which of the following is located inside the Nucleus?

a. Rough ER

b. Lysosome

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Mitochondrion

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 4

-->  b. 2

c. 3

d. 5

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How many parts does the cell in the diagram have?

a. 12

b. 10

c. 9

-->  d. 13

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. golgi apparatus

-->  b. nucleolus

c. mitochondrion

d. ribosome

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. ribosome

b. golgi apparatus

c. lysosome

-->  d. mitochondrion

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What are the contents of the cell membrane suspended in?

a. Rough endoplasmic reticulum

b. Lysosome

c. Nucleus

-->  d. Cytoplasm

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How many organelles does the cell in the diagram have?

a. 12

b. 11

c. 9

-->  d. 10

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How many types of endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 3

b. 1

c. 4

-->  d. 2

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. golgi apparatus

-->  b. cell membrane

c. ribosome

d. nucleus

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In which organelle does photosynthesis take place?

a. Cell wall

-->  b. Chloroplast

c. Centriole

d. Mitochondria

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This structure contains most of the cell's DNA.

-->  a. Nucleus

b. Mitochondria

c. Chloroplast

d. Vacuole

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What surrounds the cell and all the structures within?

a. Chloroplast

b. Cytoplasm

-->  c. Cell Wall

d. Nuclear Membrane

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Which of the following is located inside the Nucleus?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Chloroplast

d. Cell Wall

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How many cell walls in a plant cell?

a. 3

-->  b. 1

c. 2

d. 4

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How many chloroplasts are in the diagram?

a. 1

-->  b. 3

c. 2

d. 4

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What is a plastid that contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place?

a. Cell Membrane

b. Cytoplasm

-->  c. Chloroplast

d. Cell Wall

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Which is the largest organelle in an eukaryotic cell containing most of the cell's DNA?

a. Mitochondrion

b. Golgi apparatus

c. Lysosome

-->  d. Nucleus

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What surrounds the nucleus?

-->  a. nuclear envelope

b. centrioles

c. vesicles

d. golgi apparatus

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What is the name of the structure located inside the nuclear envelope?

a. the nuclear pore

b. the centrioles

-->  c. the Nucleus

d. the vesicles

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Which color identifies the nucleus in the diagram?

a. Yellow

-->  b. Purple

c. Black

d. Green

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How many elements of the animal cell structure are shown in the diagram below?

a. 18

-->  b. 14

c. 12

d. 16

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In a typical animal cell what is the number of lysosome?

-->  a. 1

b. 4

c. 3

d. 2

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What is an organelle containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane?

a. Rough ER

-->  b. lysosomes

c. golgi apparatus

d. smoth ER

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What part produces protein?

a. ATP

b. polysome

c. matrix

-->  d. ribosome

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Which small organelle gathers amino acids and joins them together into proteins?

-->  a. Ribosome

b. ETC

c. Porins

d. Matrix

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Identify the membrane where the porins are

-->  a. Outer membrane

b. Matrix

c. Ribosome

d. Inner membrane

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What organelle is present in both the Cytoplasm and the Mitochondria?

a. Porins

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Ribosomes

d. Nucleolus

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How many membranes are there?

a. 5

-->  b. 2

c. 3

d. 4

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What is the most outer layer of a mitochondrion?

a. matrix

-->  b. porins

c. ribosome

d. outer membrane

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What fills the inner membrane of the cell giving it structures?

a. Porins

b. DNA

-->  c. Matrix

d. Outer membrane

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What is the outermost part of a mitochondrion?

a. ribosome

b. granule

-->  c. outer membrane

d. matrix

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Identify the folded structures of the inner membrane of mitochondria that create more space to allow for a faster production of energy.

a. Intermembrane space

b. Outer membrane

-->  c. Cristae

d. Matrix

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What name receives the part of the mitochondria that contains the stands of mitochondrial DNA?

a. Inner membrane

b. Cristae

c. Outer membrane

-->  d. Matrix

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What structure encloses the cytoplasm of the cell?

a. Inner Membrane

-->  b. Cell Wall

c. Cristae

d. Matrix

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How many membranes does a mitochondrion have?

a. 4

b. 1

c. 3

-->  d. 2

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How many parts indicated are enveloped by the Outer membrane of the mitochondria?

-->  a. 5

b. 7

c. 6

d. 9

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What is an organelle found in large numbers in most cells, in which the biochemical processes of respiration and energy production occur?

a. Membrane

b. Cristae

c. Matrix

-->  d. Mitochondria

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The nucleus is contained in what?

a. plasma membrane

-->  b. The nuclear envelope

c. peroxisome

d. cytosol

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. cytosol

c. centrioles

d. plasma membrane

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The microtubule is an element of which cellular structure?

a. The mitochondrion

b. The nucleus

c. The peroxisome

-->  d. The cytoskeleton

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Which is not part of the Nucleus?

-->  a. Cytosol

b. Chromatin

c. Nucleolus

d. Nuclear Envelope

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How many centrioles does the cell in the diagram have?

-->  a. 2

b. 3

c. 1

d. 4

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How many ribosomes are in the cell diagram?

a. 2

-->  b. Too many to count

c. none

d. 1

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From the diagram, identify the organelle which makes food for the cell.

a. nucleus

b. endoplasmic reticulum

-->  c. mitochondrion

d. ribosomes

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What part of the cell is in the center or the nucleus?

a. mitochondria

b. endoplasmic reticulum

-->  c. nucleolis

d. ribosomes

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What surrounds the Nucleolis?

a. Mitochondria

b. Endoplasmic Reticulum

c. Ribosomes

-->  d. Nucleus

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How many parts of the eukaryotic diagram are there?

a. 6

b. 4

c. 2

-->  d. 5

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What is a membrane-enclosed organelle found in eukaryotic cells?

a. Proton

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Ribosome

d. Mitochondria

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Which part surrounds and protects the plant cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. nucleus

c. plasmodesmata

d. vacuole

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Which of the following is located inside the nucleus?

a. Golgi apparatus

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Chloroplast

d. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 3

b. 4

-->  c. 2

d. 5

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How many nuclei is shown in the diagram?

a. 2

-->  b. 1

c. 4

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. vacuole

-->  b. nucleolus

c. golgi apparatus

d. plasmodesmata

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What is the outer most part of the cell called?

a. ribosomes

b. golgi body

-->  c. cell membrane

d. lysome

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How is the substance that fills the cell and is enclosed by the cell membrane called?

a. Vacuole.

-->  b. Cytoplasm.

c. Ribosomes.

d. Nucleus.

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What structure recycles unneeded molecules?

a. Endoplasmic Reticulum

-->  b. Lysosome

c. Cytoplasm

d. Mitochondrion

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How many organelles are shown in this diagram?

a. 6

-->  b. 7

c. 5

d. 8

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What is a complex of vesicles and folded membranes within the cytoplasm of most eukaryotic cells, involved in secretion and intracellular transport?

a. Lysosome

-->  b. Golgi Body

c. Nucleus

d. Vacuole

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What is the outside of the nucleus called?

a. flagellem

-->  b. Nuclear envelope

c. centrosome

d. endoplasmic reticulum

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These structures produce protein in the cell.

a. peroxisome

b. golgi apparatus

-->  c. ribosomes

d. chromatin

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Which of the following is not part of the Nucleus?

a. Nucleolus

b. Nuclear Envelope

-->  c. Ribosomes

d. Chromatin

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How many cell parts make up the nucleus?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 4

d. 1

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How many nuclei does a cell have?

a. 4

b. 3

-->  c. 1

d. 2

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. plasma membrane

c. flagellum

d. centrosome

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What is the largest organelle in the animal cell?

-->  a. Nucleus

b. flagellum

c. ribosomes

d. lysosome

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. golgi apparatus

b. flagellum

-->  c. rough endoplasmic reticulum

d. ribosomes

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 3

b. 4

-->  c. 2

d. 5

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How many parts does the animal cell have?

a. 12

-->  b. 14

c. 10

d. 5

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What is a slender threadlike structure, especially a microscopic whip like appendage that enables many protozoa, bacteria, spermatozoa, etc. to swim?

a. Nucleus

b. Reticulum

c. Lysosome

-->  d. Flagellum

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Where is most of the DNA stored in a cell?

a. Plasma membrane

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Flagelum

d. Cytoskeleton

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. chloroplast

c. vacuole

d. free ribosomes

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How many chloroplasts are in the diagram of the plant cell?

-->  a. 4

b. 3

c. 1

d. 2

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How many parts of the plant cell are outside the cell wall?

-->  a. None

b. 3

c. 1

d. 2

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What would happen if the cell didn't have mitochondria?

a. The cell would have too much energy since the mitochondria spend a lot of energy.

b. The cell wouldn't be able to produce proteins.

-->  c. The cell wouldn't be able to function due to the lack of energy.

d. The cell wouldn't be able to produce and transport proteins and lipids.

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What part does the bacteria cell have that none of the other cells have?

a. cell membrane

b. chromosome

-->  c. flagella

d. cytoplasm

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How many parts of the cells are the same in each different type of cell?

a. 5

b. 8

-->  c. 3

d. 6

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How many types of cell are shown in the illustration?

a. 4

b. 1

c. 2

-->  d. 3

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

a. vacuole

b. plasma membrane

c. chloroplast

-->  d. cell wall

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What is the power house of the cell?

-->  a. Mitochondria

b. cell membranes

c. nucleus

d. centrioles

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How many parts are there in the nucleus?

-->  a. 4

b. 8

c. 2

d. 3

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Which one of the following is a part of the nucleus?

a. Lysosome

b. Ribosomes

-->  c. Chromatin nucleolus

d. Centrioles

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Which part of the cell is located within both the cytoplasm and endoplasmic reticulum?

a. Mitochondrion

-->  b. Ribosomes

c. Lysosome

d. Centrioles

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How many types of endoplasmic reticulum can be found in the cell?

a. 3

b. 1

-->  c. 2

d. 4

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How many mitochondria are present?

a. 2

-->  b. 1

c. 3

d. 4

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. lysosome

b. centrioles

c. cytoplasm

-->  d. nucleolus

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DNA is found within the:

-->  a. Nucleus

b. Mitochondria

c. Lysosome

d. Centriole

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Which organelle contains the DNA?

a. Smooth endoplasmatic reticule

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Golgi apparatus

d. Rough endoplasmatic reticule

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

-->  a. 2

b. 4

c. 5

d. 3

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How many organelles play a role in storing materials?

a. 1

b. 7

-->  c. 2

d. 4

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. vesicle

-->  b. DNA

c. centriole

d. ribosome

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How many items are categorized as Cytoskeleton in the diagram?

a. 3

b. 2

-->  c. 4

d. 1

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How many organelles not present in plant cell

a. 2

b. 4

c. 1

-->  d. 3

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What is an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane?

a. centriole

b. rough endoplasmic reticulum

-->  c. lysosome

d. ribosomes

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. ribosomes

b. lysosome

-->  c. rough endoplasmic reticulum

d. flagellum

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Which organelle recycles unneeded molecules?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Lysosome

d. Mitochondria

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What part makes protein?

a. mitochondria

-->  b. ribosomes

c. cytoplasm

d. lysosome

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Where does the Golgi apparatus receive molecules from?

a. Plasma membrane

b. Mitochondria

c. Lysosome

-->  d. The rough endoplasmic reticulum and smooth endoplasmic reticulum

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Which of the following structures in an animal cell is the largest?

a. Mitochondria

b. Ribosomes

-->  c. Nucleus

d. Lysosome

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How many mitochondria are in the cell diagram?

a. 4

b. 1

c. 2

-->  d. 3

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. ribosomes

-->  b. rough endoplasmic reticulum

c. mitochondria

d. plasma membrane

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. centrioles

b. golgi complex

c. lysosome

-->  d. mitochondria

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Which of the following is not part or the Nucleo?

-->  a. Ribosome

b. Nucleolus

c. Membrane Nuclear

d. Poro Nuclear

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How many cell parts comprises the nucleo?

-->  a. 3

b. 1

c. 7

d. 5

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Name one part that makes up the nucleo

a. centrioles

b. ribosome

-->  c. nucleolus

d. lysosome

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What is a small organelle that is present in the cytoplasm of many cells and that contains the reducing enzyme catalase and usually some oxidases?

-->  a. Peroxisome

b. Ribosome

c. Centriole

d. Lysosome

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By which structure is the cytoskeleton enveloped?

a. Golgi body

b. Nucleus

c. Nuclear Envelope

-->  d. Plasma Membrane

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What is the nuclear membrane also known as?

a. Nucleolar membrane

b. Plasma membrane

c. Cell memrane

-->  d. Nuclear envelope

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How many elements are a part of the plasma membrane?

a. 2

b. 4

c. 3

-->  d. 1

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What is in the center of a cell?

a. necleus

b. ribosomes

-->  c. nucleolus

d. centriole

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. ribosomes

-->  b. nucleolus

c. centriole

d. lysosome

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In this diagram, what are the large green objects?

a. nucleus

b. mitochondrian

c. ribosome

-->  d. chloroplast

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What name receive the black and white dots found throughout the inside of the cell?

a. Chloroplast

b. Mitochondrian

-->  c. Ribosome

d. Nucleus

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How many chloroplasts are in the cell diagram?

a. 3

-->  b. 2

c. 5

d. 4

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How many mitochondria are present?

a. 5

-->  b. 4

c. 6

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. chloroplast

b. mitochondrian

c. ribosome

-->  d. nucleolus

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What is the function of the nucleolus?

a. to guard the nucleus

b. to keep the cell's shape

-->  c. Its function is to form ribosomes

d. to keep the cells intact

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What does a plant cell have that an animal cell doesn't?

a. ribosomes

b. nucleus

c. cytoplasm

-->  d. cell wall

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What is something that an animal cell and plant cell share in common?

-->  a. A nucleus

b. Lysosome

c. Choroplast

d. Ribosome

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Which organ forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the environment outside the cell

a. cytoplasm

-->  b. cell membrane

c. ribosome

d. nucleus

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How many lysosomes are present in the diagram?

-->  a. 9

b. 2

c. 8

d. 7

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How many organelles do animal and plant cells have in common?

a. 1

-->  b. 4

c. 2

d. 3

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What breaks down the cell walls of bacteria and kills them?

-->  a. lysosomes

b. ribosomes

c. cytoplasm

d. plasma membranes

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. cytoplasm

b. ribosome

c. lysosome

-->  d. rough endoplasmic reticulum

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What structure helps make and transport proteins and lipids?

a. Golgi Apparatus

b. Cytoplasm

-->  c. Endoplasmic Reticulum

d. Vacuole

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Which of the following is located inside the Nucleus?

a. Golgi Vesicles

b. Chloroplast

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Mitochondria

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How many cell parts are inside the nucleus?

a. 4

b. 3

-->  c. 1

d. 2

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How many parts are indicated in the diagram?

a. 11

b. 10

-->  c. 12

d. 13

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. cytoplasm

b. vacuole

-->  c. nucleolus

d. cell wall

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Would the cell survive if the cell wall is damaged?

a. Data Insufficient

b. Not sure

-->  c. No

d. Yes

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What is on the inside of the cell wall?

a. Golgi apparatus

b. druse crystal

-->  c. cell membrane

d. ribosome

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Which part surrounds and protects the plant cell?

a. cytoplasm

b. druse crystal

c. vacuole membrane

-->  d. cell wall

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What structure is the starch grain?

a. Mitochondrion

b. Cytoplasm

-->  c. Amyloplast

d. Vacuole Membrane

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What's the name of the outermost layer of the cell in the diagram?

a. Golgi vesicles

-->  b. Cell wall

c. raphide crystal

d. cytoplasm

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How many chloroplasts and mitochondria are found in the diagram of plant cell?

a. 3 and 4

-->  b. 4 and 3

c. 3 and 2

d. 2 and 3

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How many mitochondria are shown in the diagram?

a. 2

b. 1

c. 4

-->  d. 3

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What happens if the nucleus is removed from the cell?

a. The cell cannot expel waste.

b. The cell will not be able to create energy for itself.

-->  c. The cell will not be able to reproduce.

d. The cell will not be able to feed.

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What is shown at the diagram?

a. human cell

b. cell wall

-->  c. plant cell

d. solar cell

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What is the name of the part of the cell labeled in red?

a. Centrioles

-->  b. Mithocondria

c. Peroxisome

d. Golgi Complex

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

-->  a. mitochondria

b. ribosomes

c. lysosome

d. golgi complex

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Where is the Nucleolus?

-->  a. In the nucleus

b. In the Mitochondria

c. Outside the nucleus

d. Outside the plasma membrane

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Which of the following are found within the nucleo?

a. mitochondria

b. peroxisome

c. centrioles

-->  d. poro nuclear

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How many parts make up the nucleo?

a. 2

b. 4

c. 1

-->  d. 3

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How many parts of the cell are labeled in the diagram?

a. 16

b. 14

c. 13

-->  d. 15

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What surrounds the nucleo?

a. golgi complex

b. lysosome

-->  c. rough endoplasmic reticulum

d. vacuola

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Which among these is not part of nucleo?

a. Membrane  Nuclear

b. Nucleolus

c. Poro Nuclear

-->  d. Mitochondria

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In which part of this cell is food stored?

a. the amyloplasts

-->  b. The large central vacuole

c. the cytoplasm

d. the cell membrane

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Which of the following is located inside the Nucleus?

-->  a. Nucleolus

b. Vacuole Membrane

c. Chloroplast

d. Ribosome

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How many chloroplasts are there in the cell diagram?

a. 2

b. 5

c. 3

-->  d. 4

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. ribosome

c. cell wall

d. golgi vesicles

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What is the outermost protective layer in of the cell?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Cell wall

c. Cytoplasm

d. Cell Membrane

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What connects the smooth ER and rough ER?

a. golgi vesicles

b. cell wall

c. ribosome

-->  d. nucleus

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What holds the cell together?

a. Golgi apparatus

b. cell membrane

-->  c. cell wall

d. Ribosome

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How many chloroplasts are there in the diagram?

a. 4

b. 1

-->  c. 3

d. 2

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How many structures are within the cytoplasm?

a. 9

b. 13

c. 11

-->  d. 10

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Which organelle makes the energetic function of the cell?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Mitochondrion

c. Golgi apparatus

d. Chloroplast

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Which structural layer is exclusive to plant cells?

-->  a. cell wall

b. vacuole

c. peroxisome

d. nucleus

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. Cell wall

b. Ribosomes

-->  c. Nucleolus

d. Chloroplast

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What surrounds the plant cell?

-->  a. Cell wall

b. Peroxisome

c. Golgi apparatus

d. Nucleus

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How many chloroplasts?

a. 3

b. 1

-->  c. 4

d. 2

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How many parts is the nucleus made of?

a. 2

-->  b. 3

c. 4

d. 5

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. chloroplast

-->  b. nucleolus

c. cell wall

d. peroxisome

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What is the function of the nucleolus?

a. protects the cell

b. keeps the shape of the cell

c. hold the nucleus

-->  d. Its function is to form ribosomes

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What organ does the function of suspending cell organelles?

a. Nuclear pore

b. Nucleus

c. Chloroplast

-->  d. Cytoplasm

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Which is the outermost part of the plant cell?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Cell wall

c. Nucleus

d. Cell membrane

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How many parts of the nucleus are there?

-->  a. 2

b. 5

c. 3

d. 4

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. chloroplast

b. microtubule

c. golgi apparatus

-->  d. nucleolus

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Which of the following is not part of the cytoskeleton?

-->  a. Ribosomes

b. Intermediate Filaments

c. Microtubules

d. Microfilaments

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How many components forms a nucleus?

a. 2

b. 5

-->  c. 3

d. 4

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

a. ribosomes

-->  b. nucleolus

c. cell wall

d. chloroplast

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What is the function of the nucleolus?

a. to protect the cell

-->  b. Its function is to form ribosomes

c. to maintain the shape of the cell

d. to create more cells

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. Nucleolus.

b. Cytoplasm.

c. Chloroplast.

d. Vacuole.

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Which part of the plant cell is located between the cell wall and the cytoplasm?

a. Vacuole

b. Golgi complex

c. Nucleus

-->  d. Membrane

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How many parts are shown in the diagram below?

-->  a. 11

b. 8

c. 9

d. 10

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

-->  a. mitochondria

b. golgi apparatus

c. ribosomes

d. nucleus

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In this picture, what does the yellow part represent?

a. golgi apparatus

b. mitochondria

c. golgi vesicles

-->  d. vacuole

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What covers the nucleolus?

-->  a. Nucleus

b. Cell membrane

c. Cell wall

d. Golgi apparatus

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Which part forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the environment outside the cell?

a. cell wall

-->  b. cell membrane

c. golgi vesicles

d. golgi apparatus

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How many chloroplasts does the cell in the diagram have?

-->  a. 4

b. 5

c. 2

d. 3

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How many nuclei are there?

a. 2

-->  b. 1

c. 4

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. cytoplasm

b. mitochondria

c. cell wall

-->  d. nucleolus

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The raphide crystal is located within which part of the plant cell?

-->  a. Large central vacuole

b. Nulceus

c. Mitochondrion

d. Chloroplast

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What is the name of the star-like organelle inside the large central vacuole?

a. chloroplast

-->  b. Druse crystal

c. Cell membrane

d. Cytoplasm

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 5

b. 3

-->  c. 2

d. 4

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How many parts are there to the golgi?

-->  a. 2

b. 3

c. 5

d. 6

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What happens if a plant cell loses its cell wall?

a. The cell absorbs proteins.

b. The cell releases energy.

c. The cell releases nutrients.

-->  d. The cell loses its shape and protection.

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What is shown in the diagram?

a. Human Cell

b. Worm Cell

c. Animal Cell

-->  d. Plant Cell

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What is the organelle between the smooth and rough ER?

a. cell wall

b. amyloplast

c. ribosome

-->  d. nucleus

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Which of the following is the function of the mitochondria?

a. It helps make and transport proteins and lipids.

b. It is where proteins are made.

-->  c. It makes energy available to the cell.

d. It forms a barrier between the cytoplasm and the environment outside the cell.

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What is contained in the nucleus?

a. Mitochondria

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Cellulose

d. Chloroplast

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Which part of the following cell takes up the most its volume?

a. Amyloplast

b. Ribosome

c. Smooth ER

-->  d. Large central Vacuole

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How many chloroplasts are shown in the diagram?

a. 1

b. 5

c. 3

-->  d. 4

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How many Mitochondria are shown in the image?

a. 2

-->  b. 3

c. 4

d. 1

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. mitochondria

-->  b. cell wall

c. amyloplast

d. rough ER

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Which structure makes energy available to the cell?

-->  a. Mitochondria

b. Vacuole

c. Nucleus

d. Amyloplast

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. nucleus

-->  b. mitochondria

c. golgi apparatus

d. ribosomes

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What is present in a plant cell which is not present in an animal cell?

a. Vacuole

-->  b. Chloroplast

c. Golgi bodies

d. Plasma membrane

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What is the center or the cell?

a. microbody

b. smooth endoplasmic reticulum

-->  c. nucleus

d. chloroplast

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How many parts of the cell are contained within the plasma membrane?

-->  a. 9

b. 7

c. 5

d. 6

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. mitochondria

-->  b. cell wall

c. ribosomes

d. nucleus

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What is the largest part of this cell called?

a. nucleus

-->  b. vacuole

c. mitochondrion

d. robosome

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Which part surrounds and protects the plant cell?

a. chloroplast

-->  b. cell wall

c. mitochondrion

d. vacuole

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How many layers comprise the outer skin of the cell?

-->  a. Two

b. Three

c. Four

d. One

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How many mitochondria are shown in the diagram?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 5

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. chloroplast

c. cytoplasm

d. mitochondrion

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What protects and supports the entire cell?

a. Plasmid

-->  b. Cell wall

c. Ribosome

d. Flagellum

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What is the tail-like part called?

a. capsule

-->  b. flagellum

c. plasmid

d. ribosome

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. plasma membrane

-->  b. nucleolus

c. lysosome

d. centriole

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How many structures appear on the outside of the cell?

-->  a. 3

b. 5

c. 1

d. 4

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What is inside the nuclear envelope?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. microfilaments

c. cilia

d. golgi complex

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What sac-like organelle stores and transports materials within the cell?

a. Ribosome

-->  b. Vacuole

c. Cytoplasm

d. Plasma membrane

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Which is inside the Nucleus?

a. Microvilli

b. Centrioles

c. Cytoplasm

-->  d. Nucleolus

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 3

b. 5

c. 4

-->  d. 2

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How many nuclei in a cell?

a. 3

b. 2

c. 4

-->  d. 1

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This is a small organelle where proteins are made.

a. Vacuole

b. Mitochondria

-->  c. Ribosomes

d. Centrioles

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. vacuoles

b. microvilli

-->  c. nucleolus

d. ribosome

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. ribosomes

-->  b. mitochondrion

c. golgi apparatus

d. nucleus

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Which part pushes against the cell membrane to help the cell keep its shape?

a. Mitochondrion

b. Plasma membrane

-->  c. Cytoplasm

d. Centriole

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Ribosomes are found within which cellular structure?

a. The nuclear envelope

-->  b. The rough endoplasmic reticulum

c. The smooth endoplasmic reticulum

d. The lysosome

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How many types of endoplasmic reticulum are present in the animal cell?

a. 4

b. 1

-->  c. 2

d. 3

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In an animal cell, what is the phosphor lipid bilayer membrane which surrounds the genetic material and nucleolus in eukaryotic cells?

a. Plasma Membrane

b. Centriole

c. Golgi Apparatus

-->  d. Nuclear Envelope

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What is the role of cytoplasm?

a. enclosing cell

-->  b. suspending cell organelles

c. storing DNA

d. make energy available

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What encircles the Nucleolus?

a. Ribossomes

-->  b. Nuclear Envelope

c. Nuclear Pore

d. Cell Membrane

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Which of the following is not part of the Nucleus?

a. Nuclear Pore

b. Nucleoplasm

-->  c. Centrosome

d. Nucleolus

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How many parts of the nucleus are there?

-->  a. 4

b. 3

c. 2

d. 1

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How many protein-producing structures do cells have?

a. 4

b. 2

c. 3

-->  d. 1

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What is a protein-lined channel in the nuclear envelope that regulates the transportation of molecules between the nucleus and the cytoplasm?

a. Cilium

b. Peroxisome

c. Nuclear Envelope

-->  d. Nuclear Pore

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What part produce energy current of the cell?

a. nucleus

-->  b. mitochondria

c. golgi complex

d. nucleolus

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. Golgi complex.

-->  b. Nucleolus.

c. Endoplasmic reticulum.

d. Mitochondria.

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Which is the following is the outer most part of the cell?

a. golgi complex

b. mitochondria

-->  c. cell membrane

d. nucleus

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How many nucleoli?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 1

d. 3

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How many parts are there in a cell?

a. 4

b. 6

c. 2

-->  d. 7

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What is the part that supports and protects the cell?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Cell membrane

c. Golgi complex

d. Membrane receptor

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What is represented by the color green in this diagram?

a. cell membrane

-->  b. mitochondrion

c. ER

d. nucleolus

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. golgi body

b. nucleus

-->  c. mitochondrion

d. lysosome

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Which part of a cell helps make and transport proteins and lipids?

a. plastid

b. lysosome

-->  c. endoplastic reticulum

d. cell membrane

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From the diagram, how many organelles(s) are involved in making energy for the cell?

-->  a. 1

b. 4

c. 2

d. 3

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How many parts are shown in the diagram below?

a. 10

-->  b. 14

c. 9

d. 12

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What is shown in the photo?

a. Diagram of Solar Rays

b. Diagram of Energy

-->  c. Diagram of Cell

d. Diagram of Photosynthesis

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Identify the organelle in plant cells that contains chlorophyll and is responsible for enabling photosynthesis to occur.

a. Tonoplast

b. Nucleus

c. Golgi apparatus

-->  d. Chloroplast

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What membrane encloses the nucleus?

a. Central vacuole

b. Mitochondrion

-->  c. Nuclear envelope

d. Golgi apparatus

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Which of the following is not part of the Nucleus?

a. Nuclear Envelope

b. Chromatin

-->  c. Chloroplast

d. Nucleolus

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How many components are there in the nucleus?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 5

d. 4

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How many mitochondria are there?

a. 4

b. 5

c. 2

-->  d. 3

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

a. chloroplast

-->  b. cell wall

c. microtubules

d. mitochondrion

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. ribosomes

-->  b. mitochondria

c. vacuole

d. golgi body

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What is present in an animal cell that is not present in a plant cell?

a. Chloroplast

-->  b. Lysosomes

c. Ribosomes

d. Golgi body

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How many vacuoles are found in the diagram of the cell?

-->  a. 3

b. 6

c. 2

d. 1

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Which part of the animal cell makes energy available to the cell?

a. Vacuole

-->  b. Mitochondria

c. Lysosome

d. Cytoplasm

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Name one organelle that the animal cell has but the plant cell doesn't.

a. Chloroplast

b. Centrosome

-->  c. Lysosome

d. Cell wall

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Which of the following structures can be found in a plant cell but NOT in an animal cell?

-->  a. Chloroplast

b. Smooth ER

c. Golgi Body

d. Cell Membrane

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How many chloroplasts are shown in the plant cell diagram?

a. 6

b. 2

-->  c. 3

d. 1

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How many structures are unique to the plant cell?

a. 4

-->  b. 3

c. 1

d. 2

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What are non-pigmented organelles found in some plant cells?

a. Centrosomes

b. Ribosomes

-->  c. Amyloplasts

d. Chloroplasts

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Which of the following consists of watery cytosol and cell structures?

-->  a. cytoplasm

b. nucleus

c. mitochondria

d. ribosomes

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What function does the mitochondria haves?

a. It has no function

-->  b. Makes energy available to the cell

c. Produces water

d. Takes energy from the cell

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Which of the following is found in the nucleus?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Ribosomes

-->  c. Chromosome

d. Mitochondria

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Which of the following is located in the nucleus?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Mitochondria

c. Ribosomes

-->  d. Chromosome

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How many mitochondria are present in the illustrated cell?

a. 4

b. 1

-->  c. 7

d. 5

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How many of these structures are capable of gathering amino acids in the cell?

a. 3

-->  b. 1

c. 2

d. 4

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What protects the chromosomes?

a. Mitochondria

b. Cytoplasm

c. Ribosomes

-->  d. Nucleus

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What would happen if a cell had no chromosomes?

-->  a. It would not be able to reproduce.

b. It would not be able to process food.

c. It would not be able to excrete waste.

d. It would not be able to grow.

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Which structure in the cell gathers amino acids for protein production?

a. golgi body

b. endoplasmic reticulum

c. vacuoles

-->  d. ribosomes

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Which part of a cell gathers amino acids and joins them together into proteins?

a. plasma membrane

-->  b. ribosome

c. microvilli

d. golgi body

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How many types of endoplasmic reticulum are there in the cell diagram?

a. 4

b. 5

-->  c. 2

d. 3

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What can be found in a cell?

a. lytosome

b. crytoskeleton

c. plasmic membrane

-->  d. golgi body, cytoskeleton, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, nuclear envelope, necleolus, nucleus, microvilli, plasma membrane, centriole, lysosome, ribosomes, mitochondrion, rough endoplasmic reticulum, cytoplasm

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Would the cell survive if the plasma membrane is ruptured?

a. Not sure

b. Data Insufficient

c. Yes

-->  d. No

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What is a membrane-enclosed organelle found in eukaryotic cells?

a. Vacuoles

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Centrioles

d. Ribosome

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What is responsible for pushing against the cell membrane to help the cell keep its shape?

-->  a. Cytoplasm

b. Ribosome

c. Microvilli

d. Vacuoles

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How many smooth endoplasmic reticulums are shown in the picture?

-->  a. 3

b. 1

c. 4

d. 2

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How many vacuoles are in the diagram of the cell?

a. 5

-->  b. 3

c. 2

d. 1

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What breaks down the cell walls of bacteria and kills them?

a. vacuoles

b. nucleus

c. microvilli

-->  d. lysosome

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Identify the Nucleus

a. A

b. D

-->  c. E

d. F

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Which letter indicates the green organelle that distinguishes plant cells from animal cells?

a. B

b. H

-->  c. F

d. A

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Which part of the plant and animal cells are the same although smaller for plant?

a. B

b. A

c. C

-->  d. D

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How many kinds of cells are shown in the diagram?

a. 1

b. 4

c. 5

-->  d. 2

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How many parts are not in both cells?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 1

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In a plant cell, photosynthesis takes place in which organelle? A) Chloroplasts; B) Golgi Bodies; C) Mitochondria; D) Nucleus

a. B) Golgi Bodies

-->  b. A) Chloroplasts

c. D) Nucleus

d. C) Mitochondria

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What surrounds the plant cell?

-->  a. cell wall

b. cytoplasm

c. vacuole

d. choroplasts

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Which consists of watery cytosol and cell structures?

a. Chloroplasts

-->  b. Cytoplasm

c. Ribosomes

d. Vacuole

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What encloses the cytoplasm of the cell?

a. Chloroplasts

-->  b. Cell Membrane

c. Golgi Bodies

d. Ribosomes

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How many chloroplasts are depicted in this diagram?

-->  a. 3

b. 2

c. 1

d. 4

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How many chloroplasts?

a. 2

-->  b. 3

c. 4

d. 1

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Which part surrounds the plant cell?

a. chloroplasts

b. ribosomes

-->  c. cell wall

d. vacuole

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Which part encloses the cell?

a. Mitochondrion

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Cell membrane

d. Endoplasmic reticulum

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What is in the nucleus?

-->  a. Nucleolus

b. Vacuole

c. Cytoplasm

d. Lysosome

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What is the cell membrane also known as?

-->  a. Plasma membrane

b. Nuclear membrane

c. Cytoplasm

d. Nucleolar membrane

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Which part of the cell is located inside the nucleus?

a. Vacuole

b. Endoplasmic reticulum

c. Cytoplasm

-->  d. Nucleolus

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How many mitochondria are found in the diagram of the cell?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 1

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How many nuclei are present?

-->  a. 1

b. 3

c. 4

d. 2

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What is the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell?

a. Lysosome

-->  b. Cell Membrane

c. Nucleus

d. Vacuole

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Which number corresponds to the nucleolus?

a. 4

b. 13

-->  c. 1

d. 10

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Which part encapsulates the nucleolus?

-->  a. 2

b. 12

c. 11

d. 13

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What does number 2 represent in the diagram?

-->  a. Nucleous

b. Mitochondria

c. Chromosomes

d. Ribosomes

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What is the number of the tagged object closes to 7?

-->  a. 6

b. 4

c. 5

d. 9

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How many important parts are shown in the cell diagram?

-->  a. 13

b. 15

c. 14

d. 10

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What is the name for number 9?

a. Lysosome

b. Nucleus

-->  c. Mitochondrion

d. Ribosome

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Which number points to the outer membrane of the cell?

a. 1

b. 9

-->  c. 7

d. 4

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Which organelle produces proteins?

a. Mitochondria

-->  b. Ribosomes

c. Nucleus

d. Golgi bodies

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Which organelle creates proteins from amino acids?

a. Nuclear envelope

-->  b. Ribosome

c. Lysosome

d. Cell membrane

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The function is to protect and support the cell.

a. nucleus

b. Golgi Bodies

-->  c. Cell Membrane

d. Chromatin

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Which of the following structures is found inside the nucleus of a cell?

a. Lysosome

-->  b. Chromatin

c. Golgi Bodies

d. Vacuole

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How many lysosomes are present in the diagram?

a. 4

b. 2

-->  c. 5

d. 1

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How many parts make up the nucleus?

a. 1

b. 2

-->  c. 3

d. 4

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What would happen if the cell had no cell membrane?

-->  a. The cell will not be able to hold together, and its components will be left unprotected.

b. Vacuoles will not be able to store and transport materials.

c. Lysosomes cannot recycle molecules.

d. The nucleus will not be able to create ribosomes.

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What is the outermost part of this cell called?

a. ribosomes

b. nucleus

-->  c. cell membrane

d. cytoplasm

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Identify the cell organelle which contains digestive enzymes and recycles unneeded molecules.

a. Ribosome

-->  b. Lysosome

c. Cytoskeleton

d. Cytoplasm

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What does a mitochondria do?

a. make proteins

b. repair DNA

c. Utilise energy

-->  d. Store energy

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How many parts of the cell are shown?

a. 6

b. 4

c. 5

-->  d. 8

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What part of the cell is shown in purple?

a. Mitochondria

b. Vacuole

-->  c. Golgi Bodies

d. Nucleus

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Which part of the cell is responsible for holding all cell matter together?

a. Nucleus

b. Mitochondria

c. Vacuole

-->  d. Cell Membrane

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What is the outer part surrounding the animal cell?

a. Nucleus

b. Vacuole

c. Mitochondria

-->  d. Cell Membrane

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What is the outermost portion of a cell called?

a. Nucleus

b. Vacuole

-->  c. Cell Membrane

d. Cytoplasm

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How many parts of the animal cell are shown?

-->  a. 6

b. 3

c. 2

d. 4

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How many parts of an animal cell are listed in this diagram?

a. 8

-->  b. 6

c. 5

d. 7

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What are the materials or protoplasms within a living cell, excluding the nucleus?

-->  a. Cytoplasms

b. Golgi Bodies

c. Nucleus

d. Mitochondria

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Identify the part of the cell which suspends cell organelles. Pushes against the cell membrane to help the cell keep its shape, and provides a site for many of the biochemical reactions of the cell.

a. Intermediate filaments

b. Peroxisome

c. Centrosome

-->  d. Cytoplasm

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What is between the nucleolus and nuclear envelope?

a. plasma membrane

-->  b. nucleus

c. chromatin

d. nuclear pore

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What part of the cell is not within the plasma membrane?

-->  a. The flagellum

b. The Nucleus

c. The centrosome

d. The cytoplasm

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How many parts are there in the nucleus?

a. 4

-->  b. 5

c. 3

d. 6

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How many parts does the nucleus of the cell have?

a. 4

b. 2

c. 3

-->  d. 5

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What is inside the nucleus?

-->  a. nucleolus

b. cytoplasm

c. plasma membrane

d. flagellum

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What surrounds the cell wall?

a. ribosomes

b. plasmid

-->  c. capsule

d. cytoplasm

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Which part of the cell controls what substances enter and leave the cell?

a. Flagellum

b. Ribosomes

-->  c. Plasma membrane

d. Cytoplasm

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What are the organelles within the cell suspended in?

-->  a. Cytoplasm

b. Ribosomes

c. Pili

d. Plasmic

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What is the circular DNA?

a. Ribosomes

b. Plasmid

c. Pili

-->  d. Nucleoid

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How many parts form the envelope of the cell?

a. 1

b. 2

c. 8

-->  d. 3

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What are the small grainy rounds present inside cytoplasm?

a. Capsule

-->  b. Ribosomes

c. Cell wall

d. Plasma membrane

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Which part helps the cell move?

a. Pilus

b. Organelle

c. Plasmid

-->  d. Flagellum

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Which part of the cell is responsible for the movement of it inside the body?

-->  a. Flagellum

b. Plasmid

c. Ribossome

d. Wall

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What is the tail like structure called?

a. wall

-->  b. flagellum

c. organelle

d. ribosome

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Which cell part is connected to wall and has the purpose or protecting and supporting the cell

a. ribosome

-->  b. membrane

c. plasmid

d. organelle

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How many flagella does the bacterial cell have in the diagram?

a. 3

-->  b. 1

c. none

d. 2

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How many parts of the cell are shown?

a. 4

b. 6

-->  c. 8

d. 5

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What is a tiny cellular structure that performs specific functions within a cell?

a. Membrane

-->  b. Organelle

c. Plasmid

d. Ribosome

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What is the centermost part of this organism?

a. organelle

b. plasmid

-->  c. nucleoid

d. flagellum

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What is the large organelle that sends proteins and lipids where they need to go?

a. Lysosome

-->  b. Golgi body

c. Ribosome

d. Centrosome

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Which part holds the cell together?

a. nucleus

b. golgi body

-->  c. cell membrane

d. nuclear membrane

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The Nuclear Membrane contains the:

a. Vacuole

b. Cell Membrane

c. Golgi Body

-->  d. Nucleolus

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What is the outer surrounding part of the Nucleus?

-->  a. Nuclear Membrane

b. Gogli Body

c. Cell Membrane

d. Nucleolus

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How many mitochondria are in the cell pictured?

a. 2

b. 1

-->  c. 5

d. 3

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How many vacuoles?

a. 7

b. 1

-->  c. 5

d. 3

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What is inside the nucleus?

a. centrosome

-->  b. nucleolus

c. ribosomes

d. golgi body

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What will happen to the cell if there is no cell membrane?

a. cell organelles will be suspended

b. ribosomes cannot be formed

c. the cell will not keep its shape

-->  d. nothing will protect and support the cell

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In what color is the nucleus depicted?

-->  a. Purple

b. White

c. Black

d. Red

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Which part surrounds the cell?

a. lysosome

b. DNA

-->  c. cell membrane

d. nucleus

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What's the name of the structure that protects the DNA inside a cell?

a. Cytoplasm

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Mitochondrion

d. Membrane

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Which part of the cell holds its DNA?

-->  a. Nucleus

b. Ribosome

c. Cytoplasm

d. Cell membrane

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How many lysosomes are present in the cell diagram?

a. 4

b. 2

c. 1

-->  d. 3

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What a minute particle consisting of RNA and associated proteins, found in large numbers in the cytoplasm of living cells?

a. Nucleus

-->  b. Ribosome

c. Cell Membrane

d. Cytoplasm

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What is the purpose of the Golgi apparatus?

-->  a. It sends proteins and lipids where they need to go

b. chambers for biochemical reactions

c. They store and transport materials in the cell

d. used to isolate materials that are harmful to the cell

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What does a plant cell have that an animal cell doesn't?

a. golgi apparatus

b. nucleus

c. ribosome

-->  d. cell wall

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What is something that a plant cell has that an animal cell does not have?

a. nucleus

-->  b. cell wall

c. lysome

d. ribosome

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How many chloroplasts are in the plant cell?

a. 2

b. 1

c. 3

-->  d. 4

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How many nucleoli are present inside nucleus of a plant cell?

a. 2

b. 3

c. 4

-->  d. 1

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What is the outermost part of a plant cell?

a. cytoplasm

-->  b. cell wall

c. raphide crystal

d. vacuole membrane

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Where is the DNA material stored?

a. Mitochondria

b. Cell membrane

c. Nucleolus

-->  d. Nucleus

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Which part of the cell is the site for many biochemical reactions in the cell?

-->  a. Cytoplasm

b. Vacuole

c. Nucleus

d. Cell membrane

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The nucleus contains:

a. Vacuole

-->  b. Nucleolus

c. Mitochondria

d. Cell Membrane

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How many parts make up the nucleus in this diagram?

a. 4

b. 2

-->  c. 3

d. 1

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How many parts make up the nucleus?

a. 4

-->  b. 3

c. 1

d. 2

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What is the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell?

a. Cytoplasm

b. Nucleolus

c. Vacuole

-->  d. Cell Membrane

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What does letter B represent in the diagram?

a. cell membrane

b. Nucleolus

c. Mitochondrion

-->  d. Nucleus

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Which part surrounds the nucleolus?

a. F

-->  b. B

c. J

d. H

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What kind of cell is given below?

a. human cell

b. one cell

-->  c. Plant cell

d. animal cell

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Where is the nucleous?

a. C

-->  b. B

c. K

d. A

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How many organelles marked?

a. 13

b. 14

-->  c. 11

d. 10

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What is the organelle labeled as G?

-->  a. Golgi Apparatus

b. Mitochondria

c. Peroxisome

d. Cell wall

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Which letter refers to the nucleolus?

-->  a. A

b. K

c. F

d. B

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What part contains all organelles and cell parts?

-->  a. cytoplasm

b. peroxisome

c. ribosome

d. cell wall

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What is a part within the Nucleus?

a. Vacuole

-->  b. Nuclear Pore

c. Tonoplast

d. Plasma Membrane

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Which of the following structures is found in the chloroplast of plant cells?

a. Ribosomes

b. Tonoplast

-->  c. Thylakoid Membrane

d. Plasmodesmata

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How many mitochondria are in the diagram of the cell?

a. 4

b. 1

c. 3

-->  d. 2

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How many parts are in the nucleus?

a. 2

b. 4

-->  c. 3

d. 5

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What stores important substances such as water?

-->  a. Vacuoles

b. mitochondria

c. smooth endoplasmic reticulum

d. peroxisome

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Which organelle recycles unneeded molecules using enzymes to break down the molecules into their components so they can be reused to make new molecules?

-->  a. lysosome

b. peroxisome

c. cilium

d. cell membrane

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What is the function of the cell membrane?

a. Destroy the cell

-->  b. Protect and support the cell

c. Give wather to the cell

d. Compact the cell

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Which cell part is common between plant and animal?

a. cytoplasm

b. centriole

c. centrosome

-->  d. nucleolus

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Which cell part is the nucleolus located within?

a. Chloroplast

-->  b. Nucleus

c. Lysosome

d. Mitochondrion

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How many mitochondria is shown in the animal cell?

a. 4

b. 5

c. 2

-->  d. 3

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How many types of cell are shown?

a. 3

b. 1

-->  c. 2

d. 4

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What does a plant cell have that an animal cell doesn't?

a. cytoplasm

b. nucleolus

c. ribosomes

-->  d. cell wall

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What is a rigid layer of polysaccharides lying outside the plasma membrane of the cells of plants, fungi, and bacteria?

-->  a. Cell Wall

b. Lysosome

c. Mitochondrion

d. Cytoplasm

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What surrounds the nucleus?

a. vesicles

-->  b. nuclear envelope

c. ribosomes

d. golgi apparatus

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What is the name of the liquid material making up most of an animal cell?

a. vesicles

b. mitochondrian

c. nuclear enelope

-->  d. cytoplasm

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How many endoplasmic reticulum are there?

a. 5

b. 4

c. 3

-->  d. 2

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In the diagram, how many vesicles does the cell have?

a. 14

b. 10

-->  c. 16

d. 12

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What would happen if lysosomes disappear from an animal cell?

-->  a. The cell would die.

b. Data Insufficient

c. Not sure.

d. The cell would live.

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What is the outer edge of the cell called?

a. Cell Membrane

-->  b. Cell Wall

c. Chloroplast

d. Nucleus

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How many parts of the cell are shown?

a. 6

b. 8

-->  c. 7

d. 2

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What surrounds the cell?

a. chloroplast

b. cytoplasm

-->  c. cell wall

d. nucleus

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How many kinds of membrane does the cell have?

-->  a. 2

b. 4

c. 1

d. 3

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How many organelles are inside this cell?

-->  a. 3

b. 4

c. 5

d. 1

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What is the outermost part of the cell?

a. mitochondria

b. nucleus

-->  c. cell wall

d. cytoplasm

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From the diagram, identify the organelle that makes energy for the cell.

a. nucleus

b. SER

c. RER

-->  d. mitochondrion

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Which of the following may be found floating in the cytoplasm gathering amino acids and joining them together into proteins?

-->  a. Ribosomes

b. Vacuole

c. Mitochondrion

d. Cytosol

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How many parts of the plant cell are labeled in the diagram?

a. 15

-->  b. 14

c. 16

d. 17

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Identify the cilia

a. L

b. T

-->  c. N

d. K

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What part of the cell is in the middle?

-->  a. NUCLEOLUS

b. SKIN

c. RIBOSOME

d. W

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Identify the nucleus

a. H

b. P

c. A

-->  d. E

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Identify the ribosomes

a. T

b. K

c. F

-->  d. V

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Identify cytoplasm

a. L

b. S

c. W

-->  d. V

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Identify the ribosome

a. P

b. H

c. L

-->  d. M