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Plants and animal cells have...
Mitochondria and chloroplasts
Nucleus and chloroplast
Cell wall and chloroplast
Mitchochodria and cytoplasm
Which organelle is the command center for eukaryotic (plant and animal) cells?
what is the function of a lysosome?
To create energy for the cell
To command the cell what to do
To remove waste using digestive enzymes from the cell
To protect the cell
Which of the following are prokaryotic cells?
Plant and Animal
What is the difference between a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell?
Prokaryotes do not have a nucleus or organelles, but a eukaryotic cell does
Eukaryotic cells do not have a nucleus or organelles, but prokaryotes do
Which of the following is a eukaryotic cell?
Plant and animal
How can you tell that this is a prokaryote or eukaryote cell?
It is a prokaryote because it doesn't have a nucleus
It is a eukaryotic cell because it has a cell wall and a nucleus
It is eukaryotic because it does not a nucleus nor a cell membrane
It is prokaryote because it has a cell wall
What is the purpose of the nucleus?
It is the command center, contains DNA, and cell division
It protects the cell
It stores energy for the cell
It gets rid of waste in the cell
What is the difference between mitochondria and chloroplast?
Mitochondria produces energy and chloroplasts breaks down energy
There is no difference. They are the same.
Mitochondria breaks down energy from food and chloroplasts produce energy from sunlight.
Mitochondria contains DNA and chloroplasts are green
The outermost layer of a plant cell and animal cell is...
Plant cell - cell membrane, animal cell - cell wall
Plant cell - cell wall; animal cell - cell membrane
Plant and animal cell - cell wall
Plant and animal cell - cell membrane
"Post office" of the cell that packages proteins and fats:
"Envelopes" of the cell, used for transporting material:
What does a plant cell have that an animal cell doesn't have?
Cell Membrane and Cell Wall
Cell Wall and Mitochondria
Cell Wall and Nucleus
Cell Wall and Chloroplast
What is the jelly-like substance that keeps the organelles floating?
Which organelle holds the cell together? (found in both an animal and plant cell)
What are the "protein-makers" of a cell?