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Name: Biology

Date: Test 3

Multiple choice

1. The main difference between animal and a plant 13. Multicellular organisms are composed of many
cell is that ______________. cells.
a. Animal cells lack rigid cell wall. a. True
b. Animal cells have vacuoles. b. False
c. Plant cells lack rigid cell wall. 14.
d. Plant cells have small vacuoles. 15. The fundamental unit of life is the ______.
2. a. Organism
3. Cell theory states that _____________. b. organ system
a. All cell have nuclei c. tissue
b. All cells are living d. cell
c. Cell reproduce by mitosis and meiosis 16.
d. Cells are fundamental structural units of 17. The cell theory states that all living things are
plant and animals composed of atoms.
4. a. True
5. Prokaryotic cell does not possess ___________. b. False
a. Cell wall 18.
b. Nuclear membrane 19. The ______ membrane separates the contents of
c. Cytoplasm the cell from the surrounding environment.
d. Plasma membrane a. plasma
6. b. nuclear
7. Ribosomes help in ______________. c. Golgi
a. Photosynthesis d. Mitochondrial
b. Protein synthesis 20.
c. Lipid synthesis 21. The information center of the cell is the ______.
d. Respiration a. mitochondria
8. b. chloroplast
9. Food is converted into energy in ____________. c. nucleus
a. Nucleus d. lysosome
b. Nucleolus 22.
c. Chloroplast 23. Which plant organelle will provide added support
d. Mitochondria to the cell?
10. a. vacuole
11. b. vesicle
12. c. chloroplast
d. Golgi apparatus
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1. The diagram shows a cell.

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a. Use words from the box to name the structures labelled A and B.
27.

A .......................................................
28. B ....................................................... (2 marks)
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b. The cell in the diagram is an animal cell.
30. How can you tell it is an animal cell and not a plant cell?
31. Give two reasons.
32. 1 .........................................................................................................................................
33. ............................................................................................................................................
34. 2 .........................................................................................................................................
35. ............................................................................................................................................
36. (2
marks)
37.

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c. The cell shown in the diagram is usually found with similar cells.
40. Draw a ring around the correct answer to complete the sentence.
41.
42. Scientist call a group of similar cells
43. (1 mark)
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2. The diagram shows a cell from a plant leaf.
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a. Name the part of this cell that:


i. controls the passage of substances in and out of the cell
46. ................................................................................ (1
mark)
ii. is filled with cell sap.
47. ................................................................................ (1
mark)
b. Give the names of two parts of the leaf cell that would not be found in a human liver
cell.
48. ..................................................................
and ................................................................
49. (2
marks)
c. The chloroplasts produce oxygen.
50. Draw a ring around the correct answer to complete the sentence.
51.
52.The oxygen produced by the chloroplasts passes out of
the cell by
54. (1
mark)
55.
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3. In a living organism, the cells are organized into organs, systems and tissues.
a. Use words from the box to complete the list of these structures in order of size.

57.
58. The smallest structure is at the top of the list and the largest is at the bottom.
1. Cells
2. ..
3. ..
4. ..
5. Organisms (1 mark)
b. List A gives three tissues found in the human body.
59. List B gives four functions of tissues.
60. Draw a straight line from each tissue in List A to its correct
function in List B.
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63. (3
marks)
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4. The diagram shows two cells, a bacterial cell and a plant cell.
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a. Both the bacterial cell and the plant cell contain ribosomes.
69. What is the function of a ribosome? (1 mark)
70.

b. The plant cell contains mitochondria but the bacterial cell does not contain mitochondria.
71. Give one other way in which the plant cell is different from the bacterial cell. (1 mark)
72.

c. Both cells are drawn the same length, but the magnification of each cell is different.
73. The real length of the bacterial cell is 2 micrometers.
74. Calculate the real length, X, of the plant cell. Give your answer in micrometers.
75.
76. Show clearly how you work out your answer.
77.


78. X = . Micrometers (2 marks)