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TEKS Grade 6 Science-112.18.b.12.b-Prokaryotic Eukaryotic

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Grade 6
Science (2017)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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6.12b

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  • Q1
    True or False - All one-celled organisms are “simple” and must be prokaryotic.
    False
    True
    30s
    6.12b
  • Q2
    True or False - Prokaryotic cells have no nucleus because they do not have DNA.
    True
    False
    30s
    6.12b
  • Q3
    What would be the best conclusion statement for cell type A?
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    A is Eukaryoic with no define nuclieus
    A is prokaryotic with plant and animal cells.
    A is prokaryotic with no true nucleus with loose floating DNA.
    30s
    6.12b
  • Q4
    Based on the diagram below, what characteristic is required for a cell to be considered eukaryotic?
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    A eukaryotic cell will never have a cell wall.
    A eukaryotic cell must contain a membrane bound organelle such as a nucleus.
    A eukaryotic cell must have chlorophyll making it possible for the cell to photosynthesize.
    A eukaryotic cell must have ribosomes.
    30s
    6.12b
  • Q5
    What do prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells have in common?
    Both have a cell wall.
    Both have genetic material.
    Both have a nucleus.
    Both have chlorophyll.
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q6
    A student saw the following specimen under the microscope. How should this organism be classified?
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    Eukaryotic
    Prokaryotic
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q7
    A student examined some pond water under the microscope. This is what he discovered. How would he classify the following?
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    Prokaryotic
    Eukaryotic
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q8
    A student examined this sample under the microscope, What characteristic supports his claim that the specimen is a bacteria or prokaryotic cell?
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    The bacteria has a cell wall.
    The bacteria has DNA packed in a membrane envelope.
    None of the above
    The bacteria does not have a defined nucleus
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q9
    Loose DNA free floating , would best relate to ..
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    Diagram A
    Diagram B
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q10
    Which cell includes complex cell structures with organelles?
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    Diagram B
    Diagram A
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q11
    Which type of cell has a protective barrier and genetic information?
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    Diagram B
    Diagram A and B
    Diagram A
    45s
    6.12b
  • Q12
    Which cell types do not have undefined nucleus?
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    B and D only
    A and C only
    B only
    A, C, and D
    45s
    6.12b

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