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Which scientist was known for stating that all animals are made of cells?

A. Zacharias Janssen

B. Robert Hooke

C. Mathias Schleiden

D. Theodor Schwann


How are multicellular and unicellular organisms different?

A. Multicellular organisms have more than one cell and are smaller than unicellular organisms.

B. Unicellular organisms have more than one cell and are larger than multicellular organisms.

C. Unicellular organisms have one cell and are smaller than multicellular organisms.

D. Multicellular organisms have one cell and are larger than unicellular organisms.


Cell organelle that digests unwanted materials.

A. golgi apparatus

B. ribosomes

C. lysosomes

D. mitochondria


This word means “division of cytoplasm”:

A. cytokinesis

B. mitosis

C. prophase

D. anaphase


What does it mean to be multicellular?

A. The organism is made up of many cells.

B. The organism is made up of 1 cell.

C. There are multiple organisms in 1 cell.

D. There are no cells in the organism.


Which of the following are NOT found in animal cells

A. chloroplasts and cytoplasm

B. chloroplasts and cell wall

C. cell wall and cell membrane

D. mitochondria and nucleus


True or False: ALL cells have cell membranes. Plant cells are the only ones to have a cell wall.

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


This plasma membrane specialization increases surface area.

A. gap junctions

B. chromatin

C. membrane junctions

D. microvilli


What is the circulatory system made up of?

A. Lungs, blood, blood vessels

B. Liver, kidneys, and stomach

C. Heart, Blood Vessels, and Blood


Basic unit of life

A. Cell

B. Tissue

C. Organ

D. Organ System


Which of these cells are dead?

A. hair cell

B. red blood cell

C. nerve cell

D. bacteria


This cell organelle makes ATP for the cell.

A. smooth ER

B. rough ER

C. nucleus

D. mitochondria


Which scientist is known for stating that all plants are made of cells?

A. Zacharias Janssen

B. Robert Hooke

C. Mathias Schleiden

D. Rudolph Virchow


How are bacteria classified?

A. Color

B. Shape

C. Size

D. How dangerous they are


Fungi and bacteria are both single-celled organisms. What do they most likely have in common?

A. Both fungi and bacteria are large organisms.

B. Both fungi and bacteria can carry out all life functions in their one cell.

C. Both fungi and bacteria need sunlight and nutrients from the soil to be able to grow.

D. Both fungi and bacteria are highly specialized to do only one job so they must work with other cells to obtain food.


What type of cell is more complex (or complicated)?

A. Prokaryotic

B. Eukaryotic


If you were some bad guy trying to sneak into an animal cell, who would be there to stop you?

A. nucleus

B. mitochondria

C. cell membrane

D. cell wall


What part of the cell is the storage center for food and water?

A. Mitochondria

B. Chloroplast

C. Vacuole

D. Nucleus


which one of the following is a function of the nucleus?

A. control the activities of the cell and contain hereditary materials (e.g. DNA)

B. control substances moving in and out of the cell

C. trap sunlight

D. gives the cell a fixed shape


How are single-celled organisms and multi-celled organisms similar?

A. Both need food for energy and growth.

B. Both have a skeletal system for support.

C. Both require the interaction of many cells to survive.

D. Both are able to carry out all life functions in only one cell.


Fungi, Plants, and Animals

A. Unicellular organisms 

B. Multicellular organisms


What do vacuoles do? 

A. They actually do not have an important role

B. They protect the cell

C. They are the brain of the cell

D. storage area for cells; water storage in plants 


What does it mean to be unicellular?

A. The organism has many cells, but of only 1 kind.

B. The organism is made up of many cells.

C. The organism is made up of only 1 cell.

D. The organism isn’t made of cells.


The picture below represent __________ cell.

A. plant

B. animal

C. fungi

D. bacteria


which one of the following is a function of the cell membrane?

A. control the activities of the cell

B. contain hereditary materials (e.g. DNA)

C. control substances moving in and out of the cell

D. trap sunlight

E. gives the cell a fixed shape




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