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NCSCOS 7.L.1.2 Cells

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North Carolina Standard Course of Study

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7.L.1.2

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  • Q1
    What is the name of the organelle that is the "brain" of the cell and directs the activity of the cell?
    golgi body
    nucleolus
    nucleus
    cell membrane
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  • Q2
    What are the two main differences between plant and animal cells?
    presence of a cell membrane and chloroplasts
    presence of a cell wall and chloroplasts
    presence of a cell membrane and a cell wall
    presence of a cell wall and mitochondria
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  • Q3
    What is the function of the cell membrane?
    provides support for plant cells
    allows material into and out of the cell
    gel-like material that fills the inside of a cell
    produces proteins
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  • Q4
    What organelle is the arrow pointing to?
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    cell wall
    cell membrane
    ribosome
    nucleolus
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  • Q5
    What is another difference between a plant cell and an animal cell?
    Animal cell has DNA and plant cell does not
    Plant cell has a nucleus and animal cell does not
    Animal cell can make its own energy from sunlight, and plant cell cannot
    Plant cell has one large vacuole, animal cell has multiple smaller vacuoles
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  • Q6
    In which of these organisms can a cell wall be found?
    amoeba
    ant
    sunflower
    cat
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  • Q7
    What is a major difference in function of a plant cell compared to an animal cell
    ability to convert sunlight into energy
    ability to use nutrients
    ability to divide into 2 cells
    ability to use energy
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  • Q8
    Cells perform many different processes that an organism needs to survive and grow. Which is the MAIN function of the process of cellular respiration? (hint- it happens in the mitochondria)
    the release of energy
    the formation of new proteins for the cell
    the removal of waste products from the cell
    the production of sugar
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  • Q9
    Which structures are common to both plant and animal cells? (That means both types of cells HAVE ALL these organelles. THINK!)
    nucleus, cell wall, cell membrane
    cell membrane, nucleus, mitochondrion
    mitochondrion, vacuole, cell wall
    vacuole, chloroplast, nucleus
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  • Q10
    Which is NOT a part of the cell theory?
    Cells come from other cells
    All living things are made of one or more cells
    Cells are the basic building block of living organisms
    All living things are made of MORE than one cell
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