Take the Cell Quiz


1. Organisms made up of only one cell are called __________________.

(a) tissues    (b) organelles    (c) cell  (d) unicellular 


2.  The outside of an animal cell is called the _________________.

(a) cytoplasm    (b) membrane    (c) chloroplast    (d) cell wall 


3.  Your body contains about _________________ cells.

(a) 2 billion   (b) 100 trillion   (c) 200    (d) 46 


4. The control center of the cell is called the __________________.

(a) nucleus   (b) cytoplasm    (c) mitochondria    (d) ribosomes 


5. The part of the cell responsible for making the energy for the cell is called the ___.

(a) ribosomes    (b) mitochondria    (c) endoplasmic reticulum   (d) chromosomes 


6. These are located inside the nucleus. They are the recipes for making proteins.

(a) ribosomes    (b) mitochondria    (c) chromosomes   (d) cells 


7. Many cells joined together to perform a similar task are called ________________

(a) cells   (b) tissues    (c) organs  (d) organ systems 


8. Different tissues joined together to perform a particular task are called _____________

(a) cells   (b) tissues    (c) organs  (d) organ systems 


9. An example of an organ is __________________

(a) unicellular   (b) tissues    (c) digestive system  (d) stomach 


10. An example of an organ system is __________________

(a) organism   (b) heart    (c) respiratory system  (d) liver 


11. Two organelles plant cells have that animal cells don't have are the _______ and ________.

(a) cell wall and cell membrane   

(b) cell wall and cytoplasm   

(c) chloroplast and cell wall  


12. Plant cells make food for themselves through a process called photosynthesis.

They use ________________ to capture energy from the sun for this pro cess.

(a) mitochondria   (b) tissues    (c) cytoplasm  (d) chloroplast 


13. Both animal cells and plant cells have this food and water storing organelle, but in a plant cells they are much bigger. This organelle is called the ___________________.

(a) cell membrane   (b) vacuole    (c) chloroplast    (d) ribosomes


14. When we looked at our cheek cells under the microscope we needed to use dye because they were ______________.

(a) too small to see    (b) transparent   (c) too fragile    (d) too soft 


15. We were able to see ____________ in the Elodea leaf cell but not in the onion cell.

(a) chloroplast    (b) cytoplasm   (c) nucleus    (d) chromosomes 


16. An example of a unicellular organism is ____________________.

(a) a paramecium    (b) an amoeba   (c) bacteria    (d) all of these 


17. The part of the cell responsible for transporting protein packages for the cell is

called the ______________________.

(a) ribosomes    (b) mitochondria    (c) endoplasmic reticulum   (d) chromosomes 

 

 

 

 


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