Cell Quiz


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Which scientist did NOT contribute to the cell theory?
A. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
B. Robert Hooke
C. Albert Einstein
D. Matthias Schleiden


Which of the following statements is not part of the cell theory?
A. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in all living things.
B. All cells are produced from other cells.
C. Only animal cells are composed of cells.
D. All living things are composed of cells.


Site of photosynthesis is

A. Leucoplast

B. Chloroplast

C. Chromoplast

D. Both a and c


Identify A,B,C and D
   
A.     A – Nucleus; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nucleoplasm
   
B.     A – Nucleons; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nucleoplasm
   
C.     A – Nucleolus; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nucleoplasm
   
D.     A – Nucleolus; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nuclear wall


The process of plasmolysis in plant cell is defined as:

A. Breakdown of plasma membrane in hypotonic solution.

B. Shrinkage of cytoplasm in hypertonic medium.

C. Shrinkage of Nucleoplasm.

D. None of these


What are unicellular organisms?

A. Having single cell

B. Having two cells

C. Having 3 cells

D. None of the above


Chromosomes are made up of

A. DNA

B. Protein

C. DNA & Proteins

D. RNA


The longest cell in the human body is

A. Liver Cell

B. Nerve Cell

C. Kidney cell

D. Muscle Cell


The spherical structured organelle that contains the genetic material is-
A. Mitochondria
B. Nucleus
C. Ribosomes
D. Cell wall


PLANT CELL WALL IS MAINLY COMPOSED OF
A. CELLULOSE
B. HEMI-CELLULOSE
C. PROTEIN
D. LIPIDS


Golgi apparatus is involved in synthesis of

A. New membrane

B. New membrane and lysosomes

C. vacoules and Secretory vesicles

D. Glucose


A cell placed in Hypotonic solution burst up.It is

A. Animal cell

B. Bacterial cell

C. Fungal cell

D. Plant cell


Which of the following are examples of prokaryotes?

A. Algae

B. Fungi

C. Bacteria

D. Protozoa


Who looked at cork and named the cell?
A. Robert Hooke
B. Van Leeuwenhoek
C. Robert Brown
D. Francesco Redi


What is the example of unicellular organism?

A. Amoeba

B. Bacteria

C. Paramocium

D. All of the above


IDENTIFY THE TYPE OF CELL
A.     ANIMAL CELL
B.     PLANT CELL
C.     BACTERIAL CELL
D.     PROKARYOTIC CELL


The two organelles which have their own DNA are

A. Ribosomes and Golgi bodies

B. Chloroplasts and lysosomes

C. Chloroplasts and mitochondria

D. Mitochondria and vacuoles


SMOOTH ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM PLAYS AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN
A. STORAGE OF FOOD
B. ATP SYNTHESIS
C. SYNTHESIS OF FOOD
D. DETOXIFYING MANY POISONS AND DRUGS


Who was the “scientist” who observed pond water and teeth scrapings in his microscope?
A. Hooke
B. Leeuwenhoek
C. Schleidian
D. Virchow


Which of the following has an irregular or variable shape?

A. Euglena

B. Paramecium

C. Amoeba

D. Clamydomonas


Which cell organelle is known as ‘Power House Of the Cell?

A. Chloroplast

B. Golgi bodies

C. Vacuoles

D. Mitochondria


In plant cell, Cell wall is

A. Dynamic and live

B. Rigid and non living

C. Dynamic and non living

D. Rigid and living


The rough ER is so named because it has an abundance of _______________ on it.
A. Ribosomes
B. Vesicles
C. Mitochondria
D. Lysosomes


The ___ is the basic unit of sturucture and function of organisms
A. atom
B. cell
C. matter
D. all other answers are correct


CELL THEORY IS GIVEN BY
A. ROBERT HOOKE & SCHWANN
B. ROBERT BROWN & SCHLEIDEN
C. SCHLEIDEN & SCHWANN
D. ARISTOTLE& SCHLEIDEN




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