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1 1. This makes ribosomes. Cell Organelle Quiz Do Not Write on this Quiz Paper (südamlik aitäh) a. Rough ER c. Golgi apparatus (body) b. Nucleolus d. Mitochondria 2. This is an energy producing organelle. a.lysosome c. Nucleolus b. Vacuole d. Chloroplast 3. What part of the cell contains instructions and information to be sent to all parts of the cell? a. Mitochondria c. Nucleus b. Nucleolus d. Ribosome 4. Which of the following structures let substances pass in and out of ANIMAL cells? a. Cell membrane c. Epidermis b. Cell wall d. Mitochondria 5. This organelle is like a garbage truck, picking up waste products in the cell. a. Chloroplast c. Smooth ER b. Nucleolus d. Lysosome 6. Which part of the cell contains a green pigment needed for photosynthesis? a. Centriole d. Cytoplasm b. Chromatin e. Chloroplasts c. Ribosomes 7. Cell Theory says that: a. all living things are made of cells. b. cells are the basic unit of life. c. living cells come only from other living cells. d. ALL of the above

2 8. This moves the ribosomes around the cell. a. Smooth ER c. Centriole b. Lysosome d. Rough ER 10. A gel-like fluid rich in proteins. a. Centriole c. Ribosomes b. Chromatin d. Cytoplasm 11. Which organelle produces energy and food through the process of photosynthesis? a. Chloroplast c. Chlorophyll b. Chromatin d. Cell wall 12. Which organelle is found ONLY in a plant? a. Chloroplast c. BOTH a & b b. Cell wall d. NONE of the above 13. The mitochondria produce power in: a. Animal cells ONLY c. BOTH plant and animal cells b. Plant cell ONLY d. The mitochondria DO NOT produce power 14. The following organelles are involved in MANUFACTURING. a. Nucleus, nucleolus, rough ER c. Golgi body, cell wall, lysosome b. Nucleolus, ribosome, Golgi body d. Smooth ER, vacuole, chloroplast 15. The following organelles provide SUPPORT. a. Cell wall, central vacuole, chloroplast c. Vacuole, lysosome, nucleus b. Ribosome, smooth ER, rough ER d. Cytoplasm, central vacuole, cell membrane 16. Which organelles are found ONLY in plant cells? a. Chloroplast c. Cell Wall b. Central vacuole d. ALL of the above

3 1. This makes ribosomes. a. Rough ER c. Golgi apparatus (body) b. Nucleolus d. Mitochondria 2. This is an energy producing organelle. a. Lysosome c. Nucleolus b. Vacuole d. Chloroplast 3. What part of the cell contains instructions and information to be sent to all parts of the cell? a. Mitochondria c. Nucleus b. Nucleolus d. Ribosome 4. Which of the following structures let substances pass in and out of ANIMAL cells? a. Cell membrane c. Epidermis b. Cell wall d. Mitochondria 5. This organelle is like a garbage truck, picking up waste products in the cell. a. Chloroplast c. Smooth ER b. Nucleolus d. Lysosome 6. Which part of the cell contains a green pigment needed for photosynthesis? a. Centriole d. Cytoplasm b. Chromatin e. Chloroplasts c. Ribosomes 7. Cell Theory says that: a. all living things are made of cells. b. cells are the basic unit of life. c. living cells come only from other living cells. d. ALL of the above 8. This moves the ribosomes around the cell. a. Smooth ER c. Centriole b. Lysosome d. Rough ER

4 10. A gel-like fluid rich in proteins. a. Centriole c. Ribosomes b. Chromatin d. Cytoplasm 11. Which organelle produces energy and food through the process of photosynthesis? a. chloroplast c. chlorophyll b. chromatin d. cell wall 12. Which organelle is found ONLY in a plant? a. chloroplast c. BOTH a & b b. cell wall d. NONE of the above 13. The mitochondria produce power in: a. animal cells ONLY c. BOTH plant and animal cells b. plant cell ONLY d. the mitochondria DO NOT produce power 14. The following organelles are involved in MANUFACTURING. a. Nucleus, nucleolus, rough ER c. Golgi body, cell wall, lysosome b. Nucleolus, ribosome, Golgi body d. Smooth ER, vacuole, chloroplast 15. The following organelles provide SUPPORT. a. Cell wall, central vacuole, chloroplast c. Vacuole, lysosome, nucleus b. Ribosome, smooth ER, rough ER d. Cytoplasm, central vacuole, cell membrane 16. Which organelles are found ONLY in plant cells? a. Chloroplast c. Cell Wall b. Central vacuole d. ALL of the above

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