Animal Cell Structures

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1. What is the role of the nucleus in the animal cell?

  • Controls all the activities of the cell
  • It is where aerobic respiration takes place.
  • Acts as the 'brain' of the cell
  • Makes proteins needed to build new cells or organisms
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2. What substances are normally controlled by the cell membrane when leaving the cell

  • Hormones and Urea
  • Water and Urea
  • Carbon dioxide and oxygen
  • Hydrogen and Oxygen

3. What does the cell membrane do?

  • Where protein synthesis takes place
  • Controls the activities of the cell
  • Controls the passage of substances in and out the cell
  • Strengthens the cell and gives it support

4. What is the average animal cell length?

  • 35 micrometres
  • 10-30 micrometres
  • 7.5 micrometres
  • 40-50 micrometres

5. What happens in the ribosomes?

  • Protein synthesis takes place, making all the proteins needed in the cell
  • Aerobic respiration takes place to provide energy for the cells
  • Where chemical reactions take place
  • Controls the movement of substances out of the cell

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