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Welcome to Jeopardy! With today’s host, Ms. P Today’s topic: CELLS! Lets begin!
What is occurring in this cell? A) CytolysisCytolysis B) PlasmoslysisPlasmoslysis C) Diffusion of Oxygen gasDiffusion of Oxygen gas D) Diffusion of Carbon DioxideDiffusion of Carbon Dioxide
Which of the following is NOT part of the plasma membrane? A) ProteinsProteins B) CarbohydratesCarbohydrates C) FatsFats D) Nucleic AcidsNucleic Acids
This cell is submerged in a(n) _________________ solution Fill in the blanks. H2OH2OH2OH2O
All of the following EXCEPT ________, plays a role in the production of proteins. A) Smooth ERSmooth ER B) Rough ERRough ER C) RibosomesRibosomes D) DNADNA
Which of the following can diffuse into and out of the cell without a transport protein? A) GlucoseGlucose B) CarbohydratesCarbohydrates C) Na +Na + D) H 2 OH 2 O
A cell with a concentration of 5% NaCl is submerged in a solution containing 25% NaCl. The solution is considered… A) IsotonicIsotonic B) EquilibriumEquilibrium C) HypotonicHypotonic D) HypertonicHypertonic
This phospholipid structure transports fats in the blood stream. What is it? A) PolylayerPolylayer B) TrilayerTrilayer C) BilayerBilayer D) MonolayerMonolayer
Each phospholipid contains: A) One phosphate group and 1 fatty acid tailOne phosphate group and 1 fatty acid tail B) One phosphate group and 2 fatty acid tailsOne phosphate group and 2 fatty acid tails C) One phosphorous group and 1 fatty acid tailOne phosphorous group and 1 fatty acid tail D) One Phosphorous group and 2 fatty acid tailsOne Phosphorous group and 2 fatty acid tails
Lysosomes specialize in: A) PhagocytosisPhagocytosis B) CytolysisCytolysis C) PlasmolysisPlasmolysis D) ExocytosisExocytosis
Which of the following is an example of a prokaryotic cell? A) Cells that make up a sunflower’s leavesCells that make up a sunflower’s leaves B) Cells make up your dog, “Buddy”Cells make up your dog, “Buddy” C) Bacteria in your throat that causes strep throatBacteria in your throat that causes strep throat D) Fungus growing under your toe nailsFungus growing under your toe nails
This part of a phospholipid is… A) HydrophobicHydrophobic B) Fatty AcidsFatty Acids C) Non-polarNon-polar D) HydrophilicHydrophilic
Active transport involves… A) Solute moving from [High] to [low] requiring energySolute moving from [High] to [low] requiring energy B) Solute moving from [Low] to [High] requiring energySolute moving from [Low] to [High] requiring energy C) Solute moving from [High] to [low]Solute moving from [High] to [low] D) Solute moving from [Low] to [High]Solute moving from [Low] to [High]
A) ExocytosisExocytosis B) Active TransportActive Transport C) Facilitated DiffusionFacilitated Diffusion D) EndocytosisEndocytosis
A) vacuolevacuole B) ChloroplastsChloroplasts C) NucleusNucleus D) Cell membraneCell membrane Which of the following is ONLY found in Plant Cells not Animal Cells?
A) Golgi BodiesGolgi Bodies B) NucleusNucleus C) Endoplasmic ReticulumEndoplasmic Reticulum D) LysosomesLysosomes Which structures digest large molecules that enter via endocytosis?
Prokaryotes contain all following EXCEPT ________________. A) ERER B) RibosomesRibosomes C) ProteinsProteins D) DNADNA
A) Active TransportActive Transport B) ATPATP C) Kinetic energyKinetic energy D) DNADNA A form of chemical energy that cells use is …
A) EndocytosisEndocytosis B) LysosomeLysosome C) Na/K pumpNa/K pump D) Simple DiffusionSimple Diffusion Which of the following is an example of Active Transport?
A) Plasma membranePlasma membrane B) Cell WallCell Wall C) ERER D) CytoskeletonCytoskeleton What is the name of this part of the cell?
_______ cells maintain an internal environment from an external environment by using a___________ a) S Some/phospholipid bilayer b) A All/phospholipid monolayer c) S Some/phospholipid trilayer d) A All/phospholipid bilayer
Although they are________, H + ions are unable to cross a plasma membrane because they are ____________. a) s small / uncharged b) s small / charged c) l large / uncharged d) A All of the above
An endoplasmic reticulum is: a) a always membrane bound b) s sometimes membrane bound c) o often membrane bound d) n none of these
Prokaryotes never have: a) R Ribosomes b) E Enzymes c) T Transport proteins d) G Golgi Bodies
Eye cells of this animal are a) p prokaryotic b) e eukaryotic c) A Answers a & b d) N None of the above
How many, if any, different species of cell(s) are obviously present in this picture? a) T Three eukaryotic types b) T Two prokaryotic types c) O One eukaryotic type d) F Four eukaryotic types
The red blobs are: Hydrophobic Hydrophillic Answers a & b None of these
If a molecule is too large to enter a cell through the phospholipids or transport protein, what process may occur? a) p phagocytosis b) e endocytosis c) e exocytosis d) t tonicity
The ability of water to move from high to low through a semi permeable membrane is known as… a) H Hypertonicity b) H Hypotonicity c) I Isotonicity d) O Osmosis
Cholesterol (yellow) are: Hydrophobic Hydrophillic Answers a & b None of these
Which solute found in cells is not considered impermeant? (Here’s a hint Figure out what “impermeant” means………………….. lol) a) C Chloride ion b) C Carbon dioxide c) A Alanine d) G Galactose
Which cell organelle would most likely produce/transport a vesicle containing protein? a) S Smooth ER b) R Rough ER c) M Mitochondria d) l lysosome
#6 is/are: Golgi bodies Ribosomes E.R. Vacuole
“I’m strong and thin, Getting through me is tough, I’m only in plants, but I guess that’s enough” a) N Nucleus b) C Chloroplast c) C Cell wall d) M Mitochondria
A main function of the _________, a spherical sub-organelle, is the production and assembly of ribosome components. a) N Nucleus b) N Nucleolus c) M Mitochondria d) R Rough ER
These types of molecules are usually transported by… A) Facilitated DiffusionFacilitated Diffusion B) Active TransportActive Transport C) Passive TransportPassive Transport D) OsmosisOsmosis O OC
A) Maximize, MinimizeMaximize, Minimize B) Same, SameSame, Same C) Maximize, MaximizeMaximize, Maximize D) Minimize, MaximizeMinimize, Maximize Cells try to _____ surface areas and _______ volumes.