Seventh Grade Science Looking Inside Cells quiz

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  1. Which organelles use energy from sunlight to produce food?
    Chloroplasts
  2. Cells in many-celled organisms often have what sizes and shapes?
    Different sizes and shapes
  3. Which is larger, plant and animal cells or bacteria?
    Animal and plant cells
  4. Are red blood cells prokaryotes are eukaryotes? Why?
    Red blood cells are eukaryotes because they have a nucleus that contains their genetic material.
  5. What is the function of the cell membrane?
    To let out materials that need to be let out and to let in materials that the cell needs 
  6. What is the function of the nucleus?
    To control the cell
  7. What is the function of the mitochondria?
    To convert food molecules into energy
  8. What is the function of the ribosomes?
    Produces protein 
  9. How is a bacteria cell different from a plant or animal cell?
    It contains to nucleus
  10. Cells in many celled organisms are _______ from each other and perform different ______.
    Different, functions
  11. Where are specialized cells found?
    In multi-cellular organisms
  12. What is the function of chromatin?
    Contains cell's genetic material for directing the cell's function
  13. What is the function of the vacuoles?
    To store water, food, and other materials needed for the cell
  14. What is the function of lysosomes?
    To break down material. Also known as the cell's clean up crew
  15. What are the two structures found in plant cells but not in animal cells?
    Chloroplasts and cell wall
  16. What are bacteria called because they have no nucleus?
    Prokaryote
  17. What does an amoeba use to to and feed?
    Temporary bulges called psuedopods 
  18. What does a paramecium use to move and feed itself?
    a hair-like structure called cilia
  19. What does a euglena use to move?
    A whip-like structure called the flagellum

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