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Grade 7 Cell Structure and Function
Mitochondria
  1. protect the cell from invaders
  2. release energy for the cell to use
  3. capture light energy
  4. create water
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
The characteristic that is NOT evidence that mitochondria are descendants of prokaryotes is that mitochondria
  1. contain nuclei.
  2. have their own DNA.
  3. have their own ribosomes.
  4. contain a matrix similar to cytoplasm.
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 5 STEM Words
Mitochondria means:
  1. powerhouse of science
  2. powerhouse of heritage
  3. powerhouse of the nucleus
  4. powerhouse of the cell
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
The role of the mitochondria is to
  1. store DNA.
  2. enclose the cell.
  3. capture light energy for photosynthesis.
  4. use oxygen to break down food and release energy.
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
Mitochondria are found in
  1. animal cells only.
  2. plant cells only.
  3. neither animal or plant cells.
  4. both animal and plant cells.
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
What are mitochondria?
  1. organelles in the cytoplasm of prokaryotic cells
  2. spaces or vesicles within the cytoplasm of a cell
  3. eukaryotic, membrane-bound organelles that change energy stored in food
  4. membrane-bound organelles in the nucleus where proteins are assembled
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
Mitochondria are the primary site of
  1. glycolysis.
  2. photosynthesis.
  3. protein synthesis.
  4. cellular respiration.
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
What is the function of mitochondria?
  1. photosynthesis
  2. cellular respiration
  3. protein synthesis
  4. DNA replication
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
The mitochondria of a cell provide
  1. instructions.
  2. reproduction.
  3. waste management.
  4. energy.
Grade 11 Cell Structure and Function
Where are mitochondria found?
  1. plant cells
  2. animal cells
  3. both
  4. neither
Grade 8 Cell Structure and Function
A 'nickname' for mitochondria in cells is the                            .
  1. cell's control center.
  2. cell's protective covering.
  3. the cellular powerhouse.
  4. the cytoplasm.
Grade 8 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 10 Cell Structure and Function
Grade 8 Cell Structure and Function
Which best describes mitochondria?
  1. site of cellular respiration
  2. site of protein synthesis
  3. site where chemical reactions take place
Grade 7 Cell Structure and Function
What do the mitochondria do?
  1. make protein
  2. move materials
  3. break down food and release energy
  4. store food
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