Cells Chapter 1

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  1. Which of the following is not made of cells?
    A. Cats
    B. Water
    C. Leaf
    D. People
    Water
  2. The first scientist to see tiny living things in pond water was
    A. Hooke
    B. Virchow
    C. Schleiden
    D. van Leewenhoek
    van Leewenhoek
  3. Which scientist discovered that all animals are made of cells?
    A. Hooke
    B. Virchow
    C. Schleiden
    D. Schwann
    Schwann
  4. Which scientist discovered that all plants are made of cells?
    A. Hooke
    B. Virchow
    C. Schleiden
    D. Schwann
    Schleiden
  5. A structure that is found in plant cells but not in animal cells is a 
    A. Nucleus
    B. Mitochondria
    C. Cell Wall
    D. Cell Membrane
    Cell Wall
  6. Which of the following is made of cells?
    A. Water
    B. Sand
    C. Bacteria
    D. Rocks
    Bacteria
  7. The movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration is called
    A. Forced transport
    B. Engulfing
    C. Active transport
    D. Diffusion
    Diffusion
  8. Examples of Nucleic Acids are
    A. DNA and RNA
    B. Ribosomes and Lysosomes
    C. Nucleus and Ribosomes
    D. Sugars and Starches
    DNA and RNA
  9. The grainlike organelles on which proteins are made are called
    A. Lysosomes
    B. Ribosomes
    C. Golgi Bodies
    D. Mitochondrias
    Ribosomes
  10. The region between the cell membrane and the nucleus is called the 
    A. Endoplasmic Reticulum
    B. Cytoplasm
    C. Chloroplast
    D. Chlorphyll
    Cytoplasm
  11. Which organelles are more numerous in more active cells than in less active cells because they produce more energy
    A. Ribosomes
    B. Vaculoes
    C. Mitochondria
    D. Nucleic Acids
    Mitochondria
  12. Sugar and Starches are examples of which type of organic compound
    A. Lipids
    B. Carbohydrates
    C. Proteins
    D. Nucleic Acids
    Carbohydrates
  13. The outer wall of an animal cells is the
    A. Cell Wall
    B. Endoplasmic Reticulum
    C. Golgi Body
    D. Cell Membrane
    Cell Membrane
  14. The first scientist to use the term cell was
    A. Virchow
    B. van Leewenhoek
    C. Hooke
    D. Hopper
    Hooke
  15. What are the basic unit and structure in living things?
    A. Molecules
    B. Elements
    C. Cells
    D. Atoms
    Cells
  16. Chloroplasts and chlorphyll are only found in what type of cells?
    A. Animal
    B. Plant
    C. Human
    Plant
  17. Protein are made of 20 different 
    A. Amino acids
    B. Chloroplasts
    C. Nuclei
    D. Protons
    Amino Acids
  18. Osmosis is the diffusion of what?
    A. Water
    B. Sugar
    C. Dye
    D. Salt
    Water
  19. Which type of transport requires energy in the form of ATP?
    A. Forced transport
    B. Active transport
    C. Passive transport
    D. Water transport
    Active transport
  20. Resolution in a microscope is the ability to
    A. Clearly distinguish the individual parts
    B. Make the object seem larger
    C. Add color to the object
    D. Make the object seem smaller
    Clearly distinguish the individual parts
  21. Water is stored in cells in organelles referred to as
    A. Tanks
    B. Vacuoles
    C. Mitochondria
    D. Nucleic acids
    Vacuoles
  22. What is the smallest unit of an element?
    A. Molecule
    B. Proton
    C. Atom
    D. Nucleus
    Atom
  23. What type of compound always contains carbon?
    A. Organic
    B. Inorganic
    C. Carbonic
    D. Ionic
    Organic
  24. What type of compound never contains carbon?
    A. Organic
    B. Inorganic
    C. Carbonic
    D. Ionic
    Inorganic
  25. Why are cells small? Which answer is incorrect?
    A. They need to fit into tiny vessels to pick up oxygen
    B.  The cell needs to be able to get rid of wastes quickly
    C. The cytoplasm needs to be close to the cell membrane
    D. The nucleus need to be bigger than the cell
    The nucleus needs to be bigger than the cell
  26. What part listed below is not part of the cell theory?
    A. Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in living things.
    B. All cells come from existing cells.
    C. All living things are composed of cells.
    D. Cells all contain a nucleus.
    Cells all contain a nucleus
  27. Which of the things listed below doesn't distinguish a plant cell from an animal cell?
    A. Cell Wall
    B. Cell Membrane
    C. Chloroplast
    D. Chlorophyll
    Cell Membrane
  28. Why is the cell membrane important to the survival of the cell?
    A. It makes proteins
    B. It keeps good things in and bad things out.
    C. It makes energy.
    D. It directs all the activities of the cell.
    It keeps good things in and bad things out.

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