5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Phospholipid bilayer
- Central vacuole
- a A double layer of phospholipids that makes up plasma and organelle membranes.
- b In some protests an din most plan cells, a large, fluid-filled organelle that stores water, enzymes, metabolic wastes, and other materials.
- c In eukaryotic cells, the cell organelle that is surrounded by two membranes and that is the site of the cellular respiration, which produces ATP.
- d The region of the cell within the membrane that includes the fluid, the cytoskeleton, and all of the organelles except the nucleus.
- e A cell organelle composed of RNA and protein; the site of protein synthesis.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The part of the eukaryotic nucleus where ribosomal RNA is synthesized.
- A fiber found inside eukaryotic cells that is composed mainly of the protein actin and that has a role in cell structure and movement.
- In a eukaryotic cell, one of the structures in the nucleus that are made up of DNA and protein, in a prokaryotic cell, the main ring of DNA.
- One of the small, tubular fibers composed of the protein tubulin that are found in the cytoplasm of the eukaryotic cells, that compose the cytoskeleton, and that play a role in cell structure and movement.
- A type of hydrocarbon in which some or all of the hydrogen atoms are replaced by chlorine and fluorine; used in coolants for refrigerators and air conditioners and in cleaning solvents.
5 True/False questions
Nuclear envelope → The double membrane that surrounds the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell.
Organ → One of the small bodies that are found in cytoplasm of a cell and that are specialized to perform a specific function.
Tissue → A collection of specialized cells and cell products that perform a specific function.
Cell → In biology, the smallest unit that can perform all life processes; cells are covered by a membrane and contain DNA and cytoplasm.
Organ system → One of the small bodies that are found in cytoplasm of a cell and that are specialized to perform a specific function.