Cell Structure and Function

Tasha Jones
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Biology - Ron Quiz on Cell Structure and Function, created by Tasha Jones on 04/22/2013.

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Question 1

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Examples of Eukaryotes are:
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  • Bacteria, virus, cyanobacteria, protocists
  • Plants, animals, fungi, protoctists, bacteria and virus
  • Plants, animals, fungi and protoctists
  • Bacteria and cyanobacteria

Question 2

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Common organelles and structures found in a eukaryotic animal cell are:
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  • Golgi apparatus, mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum
  • Plasmids, cytoplasm and flagellum
  • Lysosome, cytoplasm and plasmids
  • Flagellum, vacuole and mitochondria

Question 3

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What is the function of mitochondria?
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  • The site of photosynthesis
  • Eliminate worn-out and redundant organelles
  • Controls the entire cell
  • The site of respiration, and is where ATP is produced

Question 4

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Where is DNA found in prokaryotic cells?
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  • In the nucleus
  • Free in the cytoplasm
  • Golgi apparatus
  • In the cell wall

Question 5

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The role of the golgi apparatus is to:
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  • Contains ribosomes and is the site of protein synthesis
  • Contain the genetic material of the entire cell
  • Control the movement of substances in to and out of the cell
  • Package the product and transport it to where it is needed

Question 6

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What is the function of a cell wall?
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  • To package products and transport them to where it is needed
  • To control the movement of substances in to and out of the cell
  • It is the site of protein synthesis
  • To strengthen the cell

Question 7

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The structure of a cell membrane is commonly known as the fluid-mosaic model. What is the other name for it?
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  • Phosphoprotein bilayer
  • Proteinlipid bilayer
  • Phospholipid trilayer
  • Phospholipid bilayer

Question 8

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This organelle's function is the site of protein synthesis and contains ribosomes. What am I?
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  • Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
  • Lysosome
  • Rough endoplasmic reticulum
  • Vacuole

Question 9

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Chloroplasts appear green because:
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  • They contain a pigment called chlorophyll
  • God dyed them green
  • Chloroplasts do not appear green
  • They contain a pigment called carotene

Question 10

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What is the function of ribosomes?
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  • The site of respiration
  • Break down food and foreign matter
  • Store, modify and package proteins
  • The site of protein synthesis