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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 12 1. Cell Membrane 2. Nucleus 3. Cytoplasm 4. Vacuole
14 Which stain would you use when making a slide of plant cells? Q 13 1. 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
Photosynthesis etc Quick Quiz 4 Press the button when you’re sure… remember to take your time as you only get one chance!
TYPES OF CELLS We have more than 200 types of cells in our bodies. There isn’t really such a thing as a typical cell. Different cells are specialized for.
Introduction Cells are the basic units of organisms –Cells can only be observed under microscope Two basic types of cells: Animal CellPlant Cell.
They are all made of cells Nucleus Cell wall.
There are two basic types of cells….. PLANT CELLS.
Comparing Plant & Animal Cells Cell Part Describe In Plant In Animal Cells? Cells? Cell membrane Cell wall Cytoplasm Nucleus Vacuole Chloroplast.
ANIMAL AND PLANT THE CELL INTRODUCTION Cells are the basic units of organisms Cells can only be observed under microscope Two basic types of cells: Animal.
Introduction Cells are the basic units of organisms Cells can only be observed under microscope Two basic types of cells: Animal CellPlant Cell.
1. Plants are autotrophs- using chlorophyll for Photosynthesis 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O → C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 (Carbon dioxide and water makes glucose and oxygen)
Cells: Blood cell Nerve cell Muscle cell skin cell
Experiment Questions Cell Microscopy - Plant and Animal.
Lab: Comparing Plant and Animal Cells
2.1 Cell Structure & Microscopy 1 Follow-Me – iQuiz.
The Basic Unit of Life Lab 12 **When you see this: draw what you see!!
Microscopy Cell Images from Cell Structure & Function/Microscopy (Laboratory 4) and from Diffusion and Osmosis (Laboratory 5)
CELLS. Cell Parts and Their Functions Nucleus-“control center” - controls the cell’s activities; contains DNA in Chromosomes Cell Membrane- “gatekeeper”-
Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell Lab (Onion, Cheek Cells, and Elodea Lab)
The organelles and their functions By S. Mars
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