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1 Cells & Organelles Quick Quiz 3 Press the button when you’re sure… remember to take your time as you only get one chance!
2 Where would the colour be found in a cell from the petal of a flower 1.nucleus 2.cell membrane 3.cytoplasm 4.vacuole Q 1
3 These cell are likely to be... Q 2 1. onion cells 2. cheek cells 3. egg cells 4. sperm cells
4 What material is the cell wall made of? Q 3 1.Starch 2.Glucose 3.Cellulose 4.Maltose
5 Which part of the plant cell is responsible for making food ? Q 4 1.Cell wall 2.Nucleus 3.Vacuole 4.Chloroplast
6 This is likely to be... Q 5 1.an amoeba 2.the stem of a plant 3.a nerve sell 4.a muscle cell
7 These cells are likely to be... Q 6 1.an plant root cell 2.red blood cells 3.egg cells 4.cheek cells
8 This is likely to be... Q 7 1.a cheek cell and an onion cell 2.an egg cell and a sperm cell 3.an onion cell 4.a vacuole and a chloroplast
9 Which part is the cytoplasm here? Q 8 1.A 2.B 3.C
10 What is true of the following cell? Q 10 1.It is multicellular 2.it is an amoeba 3.iodine would show it's cell structures up better 4.It contains chloroplasts
11 Which part is responsible for controlling the cell? (But isn't present in RBCs) Q 9 1.nucleus 2.cell wall 3.chloroplast 4.vacuole
12 This is likely to be.. Q 11 1.glucose molecules 2.starch granules 3.carbon dioxide 4.cellulose fibres
13 Which part of the cell is likely to be described as `a clear, jelly-like substance ? Q Cell Membrane 2. Nucleus 3. Cytoplasm 4. Vacuole
14 Which stain would you use when making a slide of plant cells? Q Biuret reagent 2. Benedicts solution 3. Cell stain 4. Iodine solution
15 These cells are likely to be....(transport water in plants) Q 14 1.muscle tissue 2.xylem tissue 3.cheek tissue 4.nerve tissue
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