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Organelles (Grade 9)

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Organelles

1. 
Which cell type tends to have a nucleus?
  1. prokaryotes
  2. bacteria
  3. eukaryotes
  4. organelles
2. 
Which organelle may be absent in eukaryotic cells?
  1. nucleus
  2. mitochondria
  3. plasma membrane
  4. chloroplast
3. 
Which organelle plays an important role in providing a cell with energy?
  1. mitochondrion
  2. nucleus
  3. ATP
  4. ribosome
4. 
Which organelle contains hydrolytic enzymes responsible for intracellular digestion?
  1. lysosomes
  2. mitochondria
  3. ribosomes
  4. Golgi bodies
5. 
What is cytoplasm?
  1. gel-like material containing organelles
  2. membrane that controls what enters and exits the cell
  3. substance that contains DNA, the control molecule of the cell
  4. liquid that gives shape, support, and moves structures
6. 
A typical plant cell has organelles that are also present in a typical animal cell. Which organelle/structure is NOT associated with a typical plant cell?
  1. cell membrane
  2. centriole
  3. cell wall
  4. Golgi apparatus
  5. cytoskeleton
7. 
The material between plasma membrane and nucleus is called                       .
  1. inclusions
  2. cytoplasmic organelles
  3. mitochondria
  4. cytoplasm
8. 
Which of the organelles is most important in providing energy?
  1. Mitochondrion
  2. Nucleus
  3. ATP
  4. Ribosome
9. 
Which of the following is a common feature of all cells?
  1. All cells have mitochondria
  2. All cells have organelles
  3. All cells have a nucleus
  4. All cells have ribosomes
  5. All cells are surrounded by a cell wall
10. 
What is the function of the endoplasmic reticulum?
  1. It synthesizes proteins.
  2. It moves proteins around the cell.
  3. It forms the outer boundary of the nucleus.
  4. It digests worn out and dead cell parts.
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