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4 th 6 Weeks District Test Review 2012 Questions by: R. Neil Power Point by: K. Pease
1. What 5 organelles do both plant and animals share? Nucleus Cell membrane Mitochondria Vacuole Cytoplasm
2. What two organelles do plant cells have that animal cells do not? Cell wall Chloroplast
3. What is the function of the chloroplasts in plants? To produce food/energy for the plant
4. Using the levels of organization for organisms, list the sequence from a skin cell. A: cell B: tissue C: organ D: organ system E: organism
5. Describe the turgor pressure of the vacuole in this celery stalk: Turgor pressure is low and due to this the stalk is wilting
6. What stimulus could be applied to this celery stalk for the reaction of a firm stem? Add Water for the stalk to absorb
7. What is the tropism being shown in this picture? phototropism
8. Why is light so important for this plant? Need light for photosynthesis to occur
9. Describe at least two energy transformations occurring in the process described in #7. Solar to chemical / solar to mechanical
10. Which two body systems have the same function in organisms as the cell membrane in cells? Integumentary (skin) Excretory (rid of waste)
11. Identify this cell as either plant or animal. Plant cell
12. Justify your answer for #11. Large vacuole Cell wall Chloroplasts Square in shape
13. Using the analogy that mitochondria are like the Reliant Electric company, what function do mitochondria perform in a cell? Produce energy
14. Will this cell have many or few vacuoles? Animal cell = smaller Plant cell= larger
15. Is this a prokaryote or eukaryote cell? Eukaryote because it has a cell membrane
STUDY HARD!!! This is a major grade. I expect a 70% or higher. I would love a 90% or higher. We both know you can do this
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Cell Types Daily Quiz 1. List 4 differences between Eukaryotic cells and Prokaryotic cells.
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A cell is the smallest unit that is capable of performing life functions.
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