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  1. An Interactive Review of Cell Organelles and Their Functions Cell Organelles

  2. 1. Name the tough outer covering which surrounds the cells of bacteria, fungi, and plants. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cell wall Nucleus vacuole DNA RNA Cholorplast

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  13. 2. This is missing in prokaryotic cells. In eukaryotic cells, the DNA is found in this membrane-bound structure. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cell wall Nucleus vacuole DNA RNA Cholorplast

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  15. 3. Cell activities require energy. Energy for the cell is supplied by these organelles. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cell wall Nucleus vacuole DNA RNA Cholorplast

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  17. 4. Plant cells and some Protists have these green pigmented organelles which carry on photosyntesis. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cell wall Nucleus vacuole DNA RNA Cholorplasts

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  19. 5. In plants, these are large storage structures for water, food, and wastes. In animals, they are much smaller. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  21. 6. Which structure would provide evidence that a cell can make its own food from sunlight? Ribosomes Mitochondria Cell membrane RNA Cholorplast vacuole Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  23. 7. A scientist examines a structure within a cell which contains a large amount of genetic material. Which organelle would be examined? Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  26. 8. In eukaryotic cells, the genetic material is found inside a membrane-bound structure. Identify the genetic material. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  28. 9. Identify the cell structure that allows plants to remain upright, even on a windy day. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  30. 10. A plant cell would be unable to store materials if it were lacking which cell structure? Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  32. 11. Identify the cell structures where proteins are put together. They are not surrounded by a membrane and are found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  34. 12. Identify the cell structure with these characteristics: • Scattered throughout the cytoplasm • Rod-shaped • Found in plant and animal cells Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  36. What cell structure has the following characteristics? • Found in all cells • Monitors what materials enter and leave a cell Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  38. 14.Identify the purpose of the large structures inside the plant cells in the picture to the left. Produce food from sunlight Give animal cells their shape Manufacture proteins Give plant cells their shape Store food, materials, wastes Reproduction

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  40. 15. Which organelles provides evidence that this cell can produce its own food from sunlight? 15. Cell membrane vacuole Organelle 1 Organelle 3 DNA Organelle 4 Organelle 2

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  42. 16. How would the cell pictured on the left be affected if all the structures like the ones at the points of the arrows were removed? It would be unable to produce energy Proteins production would increase The cell could not control its activities The cell would divide It could not store water The cell would lose its shape

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  44. 17. Which student correctly identifies the structure for producing food and the structure for storing materials in plant cells. Student 1 Student 3 Student 2 Student 4

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  46. 18. What would happen to a plant cell that lost its cell wall? It would grow really big Its nucleus would disintegrate It would lose its shape and support Its vacuoles would fill up with food The ribosomes would make a new one It would produce more proteins

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  48. 19. Which structure listed below controls when the cell would reproduce? Mitochondria Cell membrane Ribosomes Cholorplast vacuole RNA Nucleus DNA Cell wall

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  50. 20. The structure at the end of the arrow is responsible for: 20. Removing wastes Cell membrane Storing food All cell activities vacuole Capturing sunlight RNA Making proteins DNA Giving the cell its shape