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The Cell Quiz


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It is the unique cell organelle in prokaryotes and synthesizes Protein.

A. Lysosome

B. Robosome

C. Golgi

D. Chloroplast


……….. has performed experiments to support the third principle of the Cell theory.

A. Louis Pasteur

B. Matthias Schleiden

C. Theodor Schwann

D. Robert Hooke


It occurs only in algae and plant cells. It contains a double membrane and is about the same size as a bacterial cell. It has function in the process of photosynthesis.

Which cell organelle is mentioned?

A. Cellulose

B. Ribosome

C. Chloroplast

D. Golgi


It produces Energy (ATP) for the eukaryotic cells.

Which cell organelle is on the picture?

A. mitochondria

B. lysosome

C. ribosome

D. endoplasmic reticulum

E. centriole


What kind of cell is in the picture?

A. Plant cell

B. Mushroom cell

C. Animal cell

D. Bacterium


It is an isolated region where the DNA resides in eukaryotic cells. It is bordered by a double membrane referred to as the nuclear envelope. What is the name of this structure?

A. cytoplasm

B. nucleus

C. cell membrane

D. mitochondria


It refers to the maintenance of a constant internal environment. For example, an organism may have to control fluctuating temperature and acid–base levels to create a constant internal environment.

What is the name of this life function?

A. Metabolism

B. Homeostasis

C. Responses

D. Excretion


Prokaryotic cells divide by a very simple process called ………?…… .

A. binary fission

B. mitosis

C. meiosis

D. separation


It is the science that studies the cell.

A. Cytology

B. Genetics

C. Bacteriology

D. Ecology


it consists of a pair of centrioles at right angles to one another. These centrioles are involved with the assembly of microtubules, which are important to a cell because they provide structure and allow movement. Microtubules are also important for cell division.

What is the name of this cell organelle?

A. Vacuole

B. Golgi

C. ER

D. Centrosome


What is the function of the VACULOES?

A. They produce energy

B. They may store a number of different substances, including potential food (to provide nutrition), metabolic waste and toxins (to be expelled from the cell), and water.

C. Absorption of light is the first step in the process of photosynthesis

D. They function in the collection, packaging, modification, and distribution of materials synthesized in the cell


Who first described cells in 1665 ?

A. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

B. Louis Pasteur

C. Robert Hooke

D. Theodor Schwann


There are populations of cells within organisms that retain their ability to divide and differentiate into various cell types.
What is the name of these types of cells?

A. Blood cells

B. Muscle cell

C. Stem cell

D. Nerve cell


The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is an extensive network of tubules or channels that extends most everywhere in the cell, from the nucleus to the plasma membrane.

What is the function of the Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)?

A. produces energy

B. functions in the collection, packaging

C. catalyse the breakdown of proteins

D. the transportation of materials throughout the cell


Which one is an example for a prokaryotic cell?

A. Fungi cell

B. Animal cel

C. Bacteria

D. Amoeba


Which of the following is Not a principle of cell theory?

A. all cells come from pre-existing cells.

B. cells are the smallest units of life

C. all organisms are composed of one or more cells

D. all cell are able to divide.


These cell organelles are sacs bounded by a single membrane that contain as many as 40 different enzymes. The enzymes are all hydrolytic and catalyze the breakdown of proteins, nucleic acids, lipids, and carbohydrates.

A. E.R.

B. Mitochondria

C. Vacuole

D. Lysosome

E. Centriole




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