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Quarter 3 Examination in General Biology 1-SY-2022-2023

Quiz by Evangeline D. Tala

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  • Q1
    A plant and an animal are both living things. According to the cell theory, what can you conclude about these two very different organisms?
    They are both made of one or more cells.
    Plants have cells, but animals do not.
    They both come from a non-living organism.
    They both come from the same kind of cell.
  • Q2
    Who are the three main contributors of the cell theory?
    Schwann, Leeuwenhoek, Darwin
    Jansen, Newton, Virchow
    Schwann, Leeuwenhoek, Darwin
    Schleiden, Schwann, Virchow
  • Q3
    Which of the following observations about cell was made by Robert Hooke?
    He observed a tiny compartment or small rooms on a piece of cork and termed it as cell.
    He concluded that all cells come from pre-existing cells.
    He discovered a dark-dense spot inside the cell and termed as a nucleus.
    He observed tiny living organisms in blood cells that he termed as “animalcules”
  • Q4
    A cell is observed to contain a nucleus, chloroplast, and a mitochondrion. From this statement, you can conclude that the cell is a/an:
    bacteria cell
    animal cell
    plant cell
    prokaryotic cell.
  • Q5
    The site of ATP production and the site of photosynthesis are _______ and ________.
    chloroplast and lysosomes
    Golgi complex and chloroplast
    ribosomes and vacuoles
    mitochondria and chloroplast
  • Q6
    How do mushroom, amoeba, carabao, and sampaguita similar from each other? I. All living things are composed of cells. III. All cells undergo complete development. II. Cells are the basic unit of life. IV. All new cells arise from existing cells.
    II, III and IV
    II and IV
    I, II and IV
    I and II
  • Q7
    The following are the three main parts of a cell EXCEPT _______.
    cell wall
    cell membrane
  • Q8
    A type of cell called lymphocyte makes proteins that are exported from the cell. Which of the following is the path of protein from the site where it is made to its export?
    Smooth ER … Golgi apparatus … Lysosome … Plasma membrane
    Chloroplast … Golgi apparatus … Lysosome … Plasma membrane
    Rough ER … Smooth ER … Golgi apparatus … Plasma membrane
    Nucleus … Rough ER … Golgi apparatus … Plasma membrane
  • Q9
    In general, eukaryotic cells have a true nucleus, but an exemption to this is the mammalian red blood cell that lacks a nucleus when they mature. In your best knowledge, why do mammalian red blood cells lack a nucleus?
    To give the cells a red color
    To enhance its ability to carry oxygen
    To efficiently transmit signals
    To absorb more nutrients
  • Q10
    Which of the following statement best distinguishes a prokaryotic cell from a eukaryotic cell?
    Prokaryotic cell is much larger than eukaryotic cell.
    Prokaryotic cells do not have a membrane-bound nucleus, but eukaryotic cells do have.
    Prokaryotic cells have a cell wall and chloroplasts, but eukaryotic cells do not have.
    Prokaryotic cells have ribosomes and eukaryotic cells do not have.
  • Q11
    Permanent animal tissues are of four types. Which of the following is NOT an animal tissue?
    Meristematic tissue
    Nervous tissue
    Connective tissue
    Epithelial tissue
  • Q12
    Xylem and Phloem tissues are responsible for the conduction and distribution of water, minerals, and food for the different parts of the plants. What type of plant tissue does xylem and phloem can be classified?
    Simple permanent tissue
    Complex permanent tissue
  • Q13
    What type of tissue allows the body to move voluntary and involuntary?
    Nervous tissue
    Muscle tissue
    Epithelial tissue
    Connective tissue
  • Q14
    What type of tissue can be found on the root tips which consists of actively dividing cells which is responsible for plant growth?
    Meristematic tissue
    Apical meristem
    Simple permanent tissue
    Complex permanent tissue
  • Q15
    What do you call a finger-like projection that arises from epithelial layer in some organs like small intestine that helps to increase surface area allowing for faster and more efficient absorption?

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