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2. Question #1: What distinguishes a eukaryotic cell from a prokaryotic cell is the presence of: a. a cell wall. b. DNA. c. a nucleus. d. ribosomes. e. presence of golgi bodies

3. Question #2: The organelles that break down lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins into small molecules that can be used by the cell are called: a. vacuoles. b. lysosomes. c. ribosomes. d. microfilaments. E. golgi bodies

4. Question #3: All the following are structures found in animal cells Except: A. centrioles B. mitochondria and ER C. Chloroplasts D. Cell wall E. C and D, only

5. Question #4: The transportation mechanism that is like a bumpy highway is the: A. golgi bodies B. smooth endoplasmic reticulum C. rough endoplasmic reticulum D. mitochondria E. none of them seem correct

6. Question #5: Groups of similar cells that all do the same sort of work are called __________. A. organ systems B. Organs C. tissues D. Cell systems

7. Question #6: Which of these is similar in function to a vacuole? A. an electric circuit B. a wall C. a closet D. a bakery manager E. none of them

8. Question #7: The statement that all cells come from cells that already exist is part of __________. A. the fossil record B. the cell theory C. the reproductive theory D. Hookes theory E. Katmans Cellular Theory of Relativity

9. Question #8: Cytoplasm is made mostly of: A. gelatin B. chemicals C. vitamins D. food E. H2O

10. Question #9: Put the level of organization in order from smallest to largest: A. cells, tissues, organs, organ systems B. organs, tissues, cells, organ systems C. cells, organs, tissues, organ systems D. organ systems, organs, tissues, cells

11. Question #10: The movement of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called: A. facilitated diffusion B. active transport C. simple diffusion D. osmosis E. passive transport

12. Question #11: The packaging and sorting of proteins is the function of the : A. endoplasmic reticulum B. mitochondria C. nucleus D. golgi apparatus

13. Question #12: Protein synthesis occurs at the: A. mitochondria B. lysosomes C. Ribosomes D. golgi apparatus E. nucleolus

14. Question #13: Which of the following are considered the "powerhouses" of the cell? A. lysosomes B. ribosomes C. nucleus D. mitochondria E. smooth e.r

15. Question #14: What is, in plants, the rigid barrier that surrounds the outside of the plasma membrane, is made of cellulose, and provides support and structure to the cell? A. flagellum B. cell wall C. centriole D. nucleolus E. cellular gate

16. Question #15: What is a double-membrane organelle that captures light energy and converts it to chemical energy through photosynthesis: A. chlorophyll B. chlorocyte C. chloroplast D. leukocyte E. cytosol

17. Question #16: In many cells, the structure that controls the cells activities is the: A. nuclear membrane B. plasma membrane C. cell wall D. nucleus E. lysosome

18. Question #17: A prefix that means below strength in contrast to above strength is referred to as: A. isotonic B. hypotonic C. hypertonic D. bitonic D. supertonic

19. Question #18: A sense of balance or equilibrium in a body, is referred to as___, as with maintaining body temperature: A. Isotonic B. Equalibration C. Homeopathic D. homeostasis D. none of them seem right

20. Question #19: The movement of air from an area of high concentration to low concentration(as with perfume) is: a. osmosis B. active transport C. cell movement D. passive transport E. diffusion

21. Question #20: A group of agricultural researchers conducted an experiment to study the growth rates of plants at various temperatures. In their laboratory, they divided primrose, cucumber, and corn plants into a number of different groups. During the experiment, they kept the different groups of primrose plants at different but constant temperatures for twenty-four hours every day. They did the same for the corn and cucumber plants. The graph shows the growth rates that they recorded for the different groups of plants. According to the graph, at what temperature did primroses grow best? A) 40 F B) 50 F C) 60 F D) 70 F E) 80 F

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