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5 Matching questions

  1. nuclear envelope
  2. microfilaments
  3. flagella
  4. chromatin
  5. nuclear lamina
  1. a double membrane enclosing the nucleus, perforated by pores, continuous with ER
  2. b locomotion organelles present in some animal cells, composed of a cluster of microtubules within an extension of the plasma membrane
  3. c maintainence of cell shape(tension bearing), changes in cell shape, muscle contraction, cytoplasmic streaming, cell motility, cell division
  4. d netlike array of protein filaments that maintains the shape of the nucleus by mechanically supporting the nuclear envelope
  5. e material consisting of DNA and proteins, visible as individual chromosomes in a dividing cell

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. complexes that make proteins, free in cytosol or bound to rough ER or nuclear envelope
  2. organelle where cellular respiration occurs and most ATP is generated
  3. reinforces cell's shape, functions in cell movement, components are made of protein
  4. a structure involved in production of ribosomes, a nucleus has one or more nucleoli
  5. prominent organelle in older plant cells, functions include storage, breakdown of waste products, hydrolysis of macromolecules, enlargement of vacuole is a major mechanism of plant growth

5 True/False questions

  1. intermediate filamentsmaintenance of cell shape(tension bearing), formation of nuclear lamina, anchorage of nucleus and certain other organelles

          

  2. nucleoida structure involved in production of ribosomes, a nucleus has one or more nucleoli

          

  3. microtubulesbiggest of cytoskeleton, maintenance of cell shape, cell motility, chromosome movement in cell division, organelle movements

          

  4. fimbriaedigestive organelle where macromolecules are hydrolyzed

          

  5. plasmodesmatachannels through cell walls that connect the cytoplasms of adjacent cells