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Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What two parts of the cell are different between an animal cell and a plant cell?
  1. cell wall and nucleus
  2. nucleus and cell membrane
  3. cell wall and chloroplast
  4. mitochondrion and chloroplast
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What cell part produces food in the plant cell?
  1. cell wall
  2. nucleus
  3. chloroplast
  4. cell membrane
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
The part of the plant cell known as the "brain" of the cell is the
  1. cell wall.
  2. nucleus.
  3. cytoplasm.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
The cell membrane is the
  1. jelly-like substance that fills plant and animal cells.
  2. tiny unit of a living thing.
  3. thin layer that allows some material to pass in and out of plant and animal cells.
  4. stiff outer layer of a plant cell.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
Which cell structure stores food, nutrients, and waste?
  1. vacuole
  2. cell membrane
  3. vacuum
  4. cell body
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
How can a student distinguish a plant cell from an animal cell?
  1. If the cell has a cell wall, it must be from a plant.
  2. If the cell has cytoplasm, it must be from a plant.
  3. If the cell has a nucleus, it must be from an animal.
  4. If the cell has a cell membrane, it must be from an animal.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
Where do plant cells store food, water, and wastes?
  1. nucleus
  2. chloroplast
  3. vacuole
  4. cell membrane
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What organelles in the cell are responsible for releasing energy for the cell?
  1. nucleus
  2. cytoplasm
  3. mitochondria
  4. alveoli
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
A cell is the
  1. storage space.
  2. tiny unit of a living thing.
  3. cell energy processor.
  4. stiff outer layer of a plant cell.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What part of a plant cell controls the activity of the cell?
  1. cell membrane
  2. nucleus
  3. chloroplast
  4. cell wall
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
The cell wall is
  1. the storage space.
  2. the stiff outer layer of a plant.
  3. the cell energy processor.
  4. the part of the plant cell that produces food.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
Which plant cell part gives the plant support and is not part of animal cells?
  1. chloroplast
  2. cytoplasm
  3. cell membrane
  4. cell wall
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
The mitochondrion is the
  1. jelly-like substance that fills plant and animal cells.
  2. stiff outer layer of a plant.
  3. cell energy processor.
  4. storage space.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What part of a cell is responsible for the cell's activities?
  1. mitochondria
  2. cytoplasm
  3. nucleus
  4. cell wall
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What part of the plant cell holds the chlorophyll?
  1. chloroplast
  2. vacuole
  3. cell wall
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
The gel-like liquid that fills the cell is
  1. acid.
  2. oxygen.
  3. water.
  4. cytoplasm.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What is a cell?
  1. basic unit of structure and function in a living thing
  2. things all nonliving things are made up of
  3. habitat of an organism
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
What two organelles are found only in plant cells? (Select all that apply.)
  1. cell wall
  2. cytoplasm
  3. chloroplast
  4. nucleus
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
The nucleus is the
  1. control center of a cell.
  2. stiff outer layer of a plant.
  3. cell energy processor.
  4. storage space.
Grade 5 Cell Structure and Function
Cytoplasm is the
  1. jelly-like substance that fills plant and animal cells.
  2. tiny unit of a living thing.
  3. cell energy processor.
  4. storage space.
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