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Tenth Grade (Grade 10) Cell Structure and Function Questions

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Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by LucreciaBelen
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by MsFloyd
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
Despite differences in size and shape , all cells have cytoplasm and a
  1. cell wall
  2. cell membrane
  3. mitochondrion.
  4. nucleus.
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
In prokaryotes, DNA molecules are located in the
  1. nucleus.
  2. ribosome.
  3. cytoplasm.
  4. histone.
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by LucreciaBelen
Which of the following are permanently differentiated cells?
  1. stem cells
  2. newly formed daughter cells
  3. bone marrow cells
  4. most brain cells
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by LucreciaBelen
Which of the following occurs during interphase?
  1. Chromatin becomes tightly coiled.
  2. Chromosome duplication.
  3. The mitotic spindle forms.
  4. Sister chromatids separate.
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by lisarene
All living things are made up of
  1. cork
  2. cellulose
  3. wastes
  4. cells
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by safety_girl14
7.In vertebrate animals, spermatogenesis and oogenesis differ in that.
  1. Cell division is unequal in oogenesis whereas it is equal in spermatogenesis
  2. Spermatogenesis is not completed until after fertilization occurs but oogenesis is completed by the time a girl is born.
  3. Oogenesis occurs in males whereas spermatogenesis occurs in females
  4. Oogenesis creates 4 zygotes whereas spermatogenesis produces only one
  5. Oogenesis produces 4 haploid cells where spermatogenesis produces onle one functional spermatozoon
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by PoisonIvy
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
Cell membranes are constructed mainly of
  1. lipid bilayers.
  2. protein pumps.
  3. carbohydrate gates.
  4. free-moving proteins.
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
In many cells the structure that controls the cell's activities is the
  1. cell membrane.
  2. organelle.
  3. nucleolus.
  4. nucleus.
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by tdaranykone
To maintain the chromosome number of an organism, the gametes must
  1. become diploid.
  2. become recessive.
  3. be produced by mitosis.
  4. be produced by meiosis.
Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by Mike_Hunt
                            produces high energy sugars.
  1. Granum and stroma
  2. NADPH and ATP
  3. NADP+ and electron carriers
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