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Xylem cell
C. Epidermal cell
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D. Parenchyma cell
1. The following statements are about an
organelle of a cell.
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Exist freely in the cytoplasm or attached
to the rough endoplasmic reticulum 4. Diagram below shows an animal cell
Site of the protein synthesis
What is the organelle?
A. Vacuole
B. Nucleus
C. Ribosome
D. Golgi body

What is organelle P?
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A. Nucleus
2. Diagram below shows the structure of a plant B. Chloroplast
cell. C. Mitochondria
D. Golgi body

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5. Which organ consists of cells which have the

highest density of rough endoplasmic
Which of the following is true about X? A. Stomach
A. Semipermeable B. Heart
B. Elastic C. Brain
C. Fully permeable D. Kidney
D. Rigid

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6. Diagram below shows an animal cell
3. Which of the following cells forms the basic
tissues in plants
A. Guard cell
B. Cell wall
C. Golgi apparatus
D. Plasma membrane

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What are P, Q and R?
9. Diagram below shows the structure of rough
endoplasmic reticulum
A. Nucleus Rough Vesicle
B. Vesicle Golgi Nucleus
apparatus Which process occurs in the ribosomes?
C. Mitochondria Rough Chromosome A. Transportation of lipids
endoplasmic B. Synthesis of proteins
reticulum C. Production of ATP
D. Mitochondria Smooth Chromosome D. Digestion of phospholipids
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10. Which organelle is formed abundantly in

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muscle tissue?
7. Which organelle synthesis proteins? A. Ribosome
A. Vacuole B. Mitochondria
B. Ribosome C. Golgi apparatus
C. Mitochondria D. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
D. Golgi apparatus

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11. An athlete intends to take part in the marathon
8. The following statements are characteristics event in the Olympic Games. He begins his
of a cell structure endurance training on day X.
Permeable to all fluids Which graph shows the changes in the
Rigid and not elastic number of mitochondria in the muscle cells of
Which structure has these characteristics? his legs?
A. Vacuole
What is the organelle Q?
A. Vacuole
B. Chloroplast
C. Mitochondria
D. Golgi apparatus

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13. Which organelle is involved in the formation of

spindle fibers?
A. Nucleus
B. Ribosome
C. Lysosome
D. Centriole

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14. The following statements are about organelle

Contain hydrolytic enzymes
Eliminate worn out mitochondria
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A. Rough endoplasmic reticulum
12. Diagram below shows a plant cell.
B. Golgi apparatus
C. Lysosome
D. Ribosome
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15. Diagram below shows an animal cell

a) i. On diagram above, label the structure P,

Q, R and S [4]
ii. State the function of structure
What are P and Q? S: [2]
P Q b) Explain the role of R to maintain cell turgidity
A. Golgi apparatus Mitochondria [2]
B. Golgi apparatus Nucleus c) Every somatic cell which contains structure Q
C. Ribosome Nucleus has a potential to form a complete new
D. Ribosome Mitochondria organism.
d) i. Name the technique used to produce new
plants in large quantities
e) ii. By using one suitable part of the plant,
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16. The following information refers to organelle X

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Digest complex organic molecule and
Diagram below shows the structure of a plant cell
excretes worn out organelles
What is organelle X?
A. Lysosome
B. Ribosome
C. Golgi apparatus
D. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum

a) i. Name organelle T [1]

Structure Questions
ii. State two functions of the Golgi apparatus
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b) i. Name the structure in the chloroplast
Diagram below shows a plant cell as seen under
which is involved in the light reaction of
an electron microscope
photosynthesis. [1]
ii. Describe briefly the function of the
chloroplast in photosynthesis [2]

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a) i. Name structure P and Q
Diagram below shows the structure of an P:
animal cell Q:
ii. State the component that build up
structure P and the content of Q [2]
b) Explain one characteristics of structure P
which is related to its function. [2]
c) Explain one role of structure Q to a
herbaceous plant [2]
d) Diagram below shows the formation of xylem
vessel through process X
The plant cells undergo the process of
a) i. In Diagram above, label P and S. [2]
ii. Explain the function of the chromosomes
b) Explain what will happen to the production
of extracellular enzymes if the Golgi
apparatus and S are absent. [4]
c) Explain why the sperm cells contain more
d) Explain how lysosomes help in eliminating
damaged organelles in the cells [2]
i. Name process X [1]
ii. Describe how xylem vessel is adapted to
transport water in the plant. [3]

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Diagram below shows the structure of a plant cell

Diagram below shows the structure of animal cell

iii. Explain what happens to the growth of an
anion plant if the onion bulb is placed in a
dark cupboard. [2]

a) On Diagram above, label Q [1] Unit 2.2 Cell Organization

b) Draw an arrow ( ) to match organelle S to its
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Transport synthesized 17. Which of the following is a connective tissue?
S Modifies synthesized
Synthesizes protein
c) Explain one characteristic of P. [2]
d) Describe the function of R in transporting
extracellular enzyme. [2]
e) Diagram below shows an organelle

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i. Explain why the organelle in Diagram 18. Which of the following blood cells carries

above is not found in animal cell. [2] oxygen in the body?

ii. Diagram below shows a longitudinal

section of an anion bulb.
The onion bulb is planted in the soil

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Explain why the organelle in Diagram part

19. Diagram below shows the cell organization in
(e) is not present in the onion scale leaf [2]
a multicellular organism
Cell Tissue R System Organism
Which part of the body can be represented by
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A. Ligament 22. Diagram below shows an Ameoba sp
B. Blood
C. Epithelium
D. Liver

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20. Diagram below shows a type of fresh water

What is structure P?
unicellular organism
A. Nucleus
B. Cytoplasm
C. Pseudopodium
D. Contractile vacuole

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Which of the labelled parts A, B, C and D
performs osmoregulation? 23. The following shows the cell organization in
multicellular organisms
Cells Tissues X System Multicellular
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21. Diagram below shows a process carried out

by an Ameoba sp

What is the process

A. Osmoregulation
B. Binary fission
C. Phagocytosis
D. Diffusion

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24. Diagram below shows a type of animal tissue

What is the tissue?

A. Nerve tissue
B. Muscle tissue
C. Epithelial tissue
D. Connective tissue

Unit 2.3 Appreciating the Uniqueness of Cell

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26. What is the effect to the cell if there is no

smooth endoplasmic reticulum?
A. No energy product
B. No synthesis of lipids

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D. No modification of protein
25. Diagram below shows cell organization in
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Which of the following represents X? C.
Structure Questions

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Diagram below shows four levels of cell

organization in humans

a) i. Name P, Q and R
a) Complete Table below by naming Level 2 and
Level 3
Level Name [3]
1 Cells ii. State one function of red blood cell. [1]
2 b) Explain the function of Q in regulating the
3 blood glucose level [2]
4 System c) Diagram below shows the movement of a
bolus of food in oesophagus

b) i. The cells undergoes process X to become

specific cells that perform a specific
Name process X. [1]
ii. What is the function of the structure in
level 2? [1]
iii. The structure in level 4 is one of the body
system. Name this system. [1] Explain how the bolus of food moves down

iv. State one function of the system in (b)(iii) from the oesophagus to the stomach. [3]

[1] d) State the function of renin, pepsin and

hydrochloric acid in the stomach.
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Diagram, below shows the different levels of cell Pepsin

organization in human from cell to organ HCl