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Review Session # 2 “The Characteristics of Cells”. ___________________ are made up of various tissues that work together to perform a specific job. Organs Organelles Mitochondria Membranes. ___________________ are made up of various tissues that work together to perform a specific job.

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___________________ are made up of various tissues that work together to perform a specific job.

  • Organs
  • Organelles
  • Mitochondria
  • Membranes
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___________________ are made up of various tissues that work together to perform a specific job.

  • Organs
  • Organelles
  • Mitochondria
  • Membranes
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DNA, the genetic material of a eukaryotic cell, is located in the cell’s _____________________.

  • ribosome
  • nucleus
  • cell membrane
  • mitochondria
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DNA, the genetic material of a eukaryotic cell, is located in the cell’s _____________________.

  • ribosome
  • nucleus
  • cell membrane
  • mitochondria
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Cells that have no membrane-covered organelles are _________________.

  • eukaryotic
  • prokaryotic
  • multicellular
  • elements
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Cells that have no membrane-covered organelles are _________________.

  • eukaryotic
  • prokaryotic
  • multicellular
  • elements
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Which of the following statements is NOT part of the cell theory?

  • The most basic component of any organism is the cell.
  • All cells originate from other cells.
  • All cells have a nucleus and a cell membrane.
  • All living things are made up of one or more cells
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Which of the following statements is NOT part of the cell theory?

  • The most basic component of any organism is the cell.
  • All cells originate from other cells.
  • All cells have a nucleus and a cell membrane.
  • All living things are made up of one or more cells
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In biology class, Zach observes cells. Each cell has a structure that separates the inside of the cell from the environment. Which structure is Zach observing? 
 A. nucleus


  • B. cytoskeleton

  • C. cell membrane
  • D. genetic material
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In biology class, Zach observes cells. Each cell has a structure that separates the inside of the cell from the environment. Which structure is Zach observing? 
 A. nucleus


  • B. cytoskeleton

  • C. cell membrane
  • D. genetic material
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Which of the following statements describes a characteristic of a eukaryote?

  • 
A. It has no cytoplasm.

  • B. It has DNA in a nucleus.
  • 
C. It is made of many cells.

  • It has DNA in its cytoplasm.
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Which of the following statements describes a characteristic of a eukaryote?

  • 
A. It has no cytoplasm.

  • B. It has DNA in a nucleus.
  • 
C. It is made of many cells.

  • It has DNA in its cytoplasm.
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What term describes the smallest unit that can perform all of the functions necessary for life?

  • 
A. a single cell
  • B. a cell nucleus

  • C. a cell membrane

  • D. a multicellular organism
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What term describes the smallest unit that can perform all of the functions necessary for life?

  • A. a single cell

  • B. a cell nucleus

  • C. a cell membrane

  • D. a multicellular organism
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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts in common. Which of the following pairs of parts would you find in both types of cells?

  • A. cytoplasm and nucleus
  • B. cell membrane and cytoplasm
  • C. DNA and membrane-bound organelles
  • D. cell membrane and membrane-bound organelles
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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts in common. Which of the following pairs of parts would you find in both types of cells?

  • A. cytoplasm and nucleus
  • B. cell membrane and cytoplasm
  • C. DNA and membrane-bound organelles
  • D. cell membrane and membrane-bound organelles
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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts in common. Which of the following pairs of parts would you find in both types of cells?

  • A. cytoplasm and nucleus
  • B. cell membrane and cytoplasm
  • C. DNA and membrane-bound organelles
  • D. cell membrane and membrane-bound organelles
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According to Theodor Schwann, all parts of organisms are made up of which of the following? 


  • A. cells

  • B. nuclei
  • 
C. organs
  • 
D. organelles
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According to Theodor Schwann, all parts of organisms are made up of which of the following? 


  • A. cells

  • B. nuclei
  • 
C. organs
  • 
D. organelles
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What did Rudolph Virchow observe about cell division?

  • A. Cells have nuclei.
  • 
B. Cells move around.

  • C. Cells have cell membranes.
  • D. Cells come from other cells.
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What did Rudolph Virchow observe about cell division?

  • A. Cells have nuclei.
  • 
B. Cells move around.

  • C. Cells have cell membranes.
  • D. Cells come from other cells.
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Which statement correctly tells why the cells of unicellular and multicellular organisms divide?

    • A. The cells of unicellular organisms divide to reproduce; those of multicellular organisms divide to replace cells and to grow.
    • B. The cells of unicellular organisms divide to replace cells and to grow; those of multicellular organisms divide to reproduce.
    • C. The cells of both kinds of organisms divide to reproduce.
    • D. The cells of both kinds of organisms divide to replace cells and to grow.
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Which statement correctly tells why the cells of unicellular and multicellular organisms divide?

    • A. The cells of unicellular organisms divide to reproduce; those of multicellular organisms divide to replace cells and to grow.
    • B. The cells of unicellular organisms divide to replace cells and to grow; those of multicellular organisms divide to reproduce.
    • C. The cells of both kinds of organisms divide to reproduce.
    • D. The cells of both kinds of organisms divide to replace cells and to grow.
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Cells of a multicellular organism are specialized. What does this statement mean?

  • A. Cells of a multicellular organism are adapted to perform specific functions.
  • 
B. Cells of a multicellular organism perform all life functions but not at the same time.
  • 
C. Cells of a multicellular organism are specialized because they have a complex structure.

  • D. Cells of a multicellular organism can perform all the life functions the organism needs to survive.
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Cells of a multicellular organism are specialized. What does this statement mean?

  • A. Cells of a multicellular organism are adapted to perform specific functions.
  • 
B. Cells of a multicellular organism perform all life functions but not at the same time.
  • 
C. Cells of a multicellular organism are specialized because they have a complex structure.

  • D. Cells of a multicellular organism can perform all the life functions the organism needs to survive.
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What is a difference between eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells? A. Only prokaryotic cells have cytoplasm.
 B. Only eukaryotic cells have a cell membrane.
C. Only prokaryotic cells have genetic material. D. Only eukaryotic cells have membrane-bound organelles.

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What is a difference between eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells? A. Only prokaryotic cells have cytoplasm.
 B. Only eukaryotic cells have a cell membrane.
C. Only prokaryotic cells have genetic material. D. Only eukaryotic cells have membrane-bound organelles.

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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. Which of the following would 
you find only in a eukaryotic cell? A. a nucleus

  • B. a cell membrane

  • C. DNA in the cytoplasm D. organelles without membranes
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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. Which of the following would 
you find only in a eukaryotic cell? A. a nucleus


  • B. a cell membrane

  • C. DNA in the cytoplasm D. organelles without membranes
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Some organisms consist of one cell. Other organisms consist of multiple cells. Which of the following is true of cells in a multicellular organism? 
 A. All cells have the same function.
 B. Every cell has a different function. 


  • C. Different types of cells have the same function. D. Different types of cells have different functions.
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Some organisms consist of one cell. Other organisms consist of multiple cells. Which of the following is true of cells in a multicellular organism? 
 A. All cells have the same function.
 B. Every cell has a different function. 


  • C. Different types of cells have the same function. D. Different types of cells have different functions.
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What type of cell has membrane-bound organelles?

A. eukaryotic cellsB. prokaryotic cells
 C. both prokaryotic and eukaryotic 
D. neither prokaryotic and eukaryotic

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What type of cell has membrane-bound organelles? A. eukaryotic cells
 B. prokaryotic cells
 C. both prokaryotic and eukaryotic 
D. neither prokaryotic and eukaryotic

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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. Which of the following would 
you find only in a eukaryotic cell?

  • A. membrane-bound organelles and a nucleus
 B. a nucleus and organelles without membranes
 C. a cell membrane and organelles without membranes D. membrane-bound organelles and DNA in cytoplasm
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Eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells have some parts that are different. Which of the following would 
you find only in a eukaryotic cell?

  • A. membrane-bound organelles and a nucleusB. a nucleus and organelles without membranes
 C. a cell membrane and organelles without membranes D. membrane-bound organelles and DNA in cytoplasm
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Jayden knows that multicellular organisms are more complex than unicellular organisms. Which of the following is a characteristic of multicellular organisms?

  • A. obtaining food 

  • B. having organelles

  • C. being able to move
  • 
D. having specialized cells
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Jayden knows that multicellular organisms are more complex than unicellular organisms. Which of the following is a characteristic of multicellular organisms?

  • A. obtaining food 

  • B. having organelles

  • C. being able to move
  • D. having specialized cells
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The _____________ is the smallest functional and structural unit of all living things.

  • A. organelle B. nucleus C. cell D. molecule
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The _____________ is the smallest functional and structural unit of all living things.

  • A. organelle B. nucleus C. cellD. molecule
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All cells are surrounded by a(n)

  • A. organelle B. cell membrane C. blood cells D. nucleus
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All cells are surrounded by a(n)

  • A. organelle B. cell membrane C. blood cells D. nucleus
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A living thing is called a(n)

  • A. animal B. plant C. organism D. mutation
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A living thing is called a(n)

  • A. animal B. plant C. organismD. mutation
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Which of the following is NOT a function of the cell membrane?

  • A. It allows nutrients into the cells and lets out waste products.
  • B. It prevents the cell wall from tearing.
  • C. It keeps the cytoplasm inside the cell.
  • D. It interacts with things outside the cell.
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Which of the following is NOT a function of the cell membrane?

  • A. It allows nutrients into the cells and lets out waste products.
  • B. It prevents the cell wall from tearing.
  • C. It keeps the cytoplasm inside the cell.
  • D. It interacts with things outside the cell.
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