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1 2.1 Cell Structure & Microscopy 1 Follow-Me – iQuiz

2 Q. State a use for iodine in the biology laboratory. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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4 Q. A microscope has an eyepiece lens marked ×10 and an objective lens marked ×20. What is the total magnification of the image? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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6 Q. Name a powerful type of microscope that is used to show cell ultrastructure. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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8 Q. True or False. If the eyepiece lens of a microscope is marked X10 and the objective lens is marked X3, the total magnification is X Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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10 Q. If the magnification of the eyepiece of a microscope is X 10 and the magnification of the objective lens is X 30, what magnification results when a slide is viewed? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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12 Q. For what purpose did you use a Cover slip in the course of your practical activities? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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14 Q. True or False. The microscope lenses closest to the stage are the eyepiece lenses. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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16 Q. Where in a cell would you expect to find phospholipids? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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18 Q. State a function of a Ribosome. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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20 Q. State a function of the cell membrane. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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22 Q. When preparing an animal cell for examination under a microscope, name the stain that you used. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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24 Q. Give two characteristic features of eukaryotic cells. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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26 Q. What term is used to describe bacterial cells? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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28 Q. State two features of plant cells visible under a light microscope that indicate that they are typical plant cells. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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30 Q. What cellular organelle is the site of energy release? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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32 Q. What cellular organelle is the site of water storage? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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34 Q. Is the cell of Amoeba prokaryotic or eukaryotic? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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36 Q. What component of a cell allows osmosis to occur? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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38 Q. What is a selectively permeable (semi-permeable) membrane? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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40 Q. Name two features of a plant cell which are not normally associated with an animal cell. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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42 Q. What is usually found in the vacuole? 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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44 Q. Name a carbohydrate found in the cell wall. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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46 Q. The liquid in which chemical reactions take place in the cell is … 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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48 Q. True or False. Plant cells have chloroplasts; animal cells do not have chloroplasts. 200 Cell membrane Electron microscope Cellulose Cell wall; Vacuole; Chloroplast; Definite shape Methylene blue Membrane FALSE Eukaryotic Nucleus, Membrane- bound organelles Sap; Water; Glucose Selectively permeable Starch detection; Staining cells Mitochondrion Water; Cytoplasm TRUE To examine a specimen; Protect lens; Reduce evaporation; Hold specimen in place Vacuole 300 Prokaryotic Allows some molecules through Protein synthesis Cell wall; Chloroplasts; Large vacuoles; Starch granules; Shape

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