Smallest Unit of Life
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The smallest unit of life is a
A student views cells from several different prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms under a high-powered microscope. Which of the following statements describes how the prokaryotic cells appear different from the eukaryotic cells?
The prokaryotic cells have mitochondria
The prokaryotic cells have a less distinct shape
The prokaryotic cells are much larger
The prokaryotic cells do not have nuclei30sBIOL.4a
Which of the following cell characteristics provides evidence that this cell comes from a plant and not from an animal?
What is the function of the cell membrane?
to provide the jelly-like fluid to allow normal cell activities
to sort, package, and deliver proteins throughout the cell
to control what goes in and out of a cell
to provide digestive enzymes to clean to cell30sBIOL.4a
What does semi-permeable mean?
to not allow substances or molecules in and out of the cell
to allow all substances or molecules in and out of the cell freely
to allow certain substances or molecules in and out of the cell
to allow toxic substances or molecules in and out of the cell simultaneously30sBIOL.4a
Which statement is NOT a part of the cell theory?
Cells come from preexisting cells.
All living things are made of cells.
Cells are the basic unit of structure of living things.
Cell parts such as chloroplasts are self-replicating.30sBIOL.4
Which cell organelle is most directly involved in the bonding of amino acids?
Living things contain units of structure and function that arise from preexisting units. This statement best describes the
concept of natural selection
lock-and-key model of enzyme activity
Which group of organelles is directly responsible for the production of new molecules within the cell?
endoplasmic reticulum, plastids, vacuoles
ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies
Golgi complex, the lysosome, plasma (cell) membrane
nucleolus, vacuoles, ribosome30sBIOL.4
The diagram shown represents a cell. Match each letter with its correct organelle
1- mitochondria 2- cell membrane 3- lysosome 4- nucleus
1- ribosome 2- chromosomes 3- nucleolus
1- golgi bodies 2- cell wall 3- lysosome 4- endoplasmic reticulum
1- cytoplasm 2- nucleus 3- cell membrane 4- ribosome30sBIOL.4
Which of the following is found in plant cells, but not in animal cells?
The dots or spots on the endoplasmic reticulum represent
What is the jelly-like fluid that flows throughout a cell?
What substance do Golgi bodies package and deliver around the cell?
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