5 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- a thick, clear liquid residing inside the cell membrane holding organelles.
- responsible for processing and modifying proteins and other materials to prepare them for their destination, especially for proteins that are secreted from the cell.
- regulates what comes into and out of the cell
- membrane bound organelles that contain enzymes that break down cellular debris and wastes (worn out organelles)
- cells that do not have a nucleus or membrane bound organelles. The only organelle found inside the cell that is common with eukaryotes is the ribosome; bacteria cells
5 True/False questions
chloroplasts → found only in plant cells: site of photosynthesis; bound by a double membrane
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum → location of protein synthesis for proteins that are going to be packaged and sent out of the cell; ribosomes are found on this part of the organelle making it rough.
nucleus → makes ribosomal RNA, a major constituent (part) of ribosomes.
cell wall → a thick, clear liquid residing inside the cell membrane holding organelles.
mitochondria → responsible for making proteins; found on the rough endoplasmic reticulum and in the cytoplasm; the only organelle found in both eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells because of the fact that ribosomes are not surrounded by a membrane.