B2.1 Cells and Cell Structures

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1. What does the Mitochondria do?

  • controlls the activities of the cell
  • where most energy is released in respiration
  • where protein snythesis occurs
  • controlls the passage of substances in and out of the cell
  • filled with cell sap in plant cells and structural support
  • where most of the chemical reactions take place
  • made of cellulose and strengthens plant cells
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2. A root hair cell is specialised for it's job because...

  • it has a long nerve fibre
  • it has a tail to swim
  • it has many choloroplasts
  • it has a large surface area
  • it can change it's shape

3. What does the Ribosomes do?

  • controlls the passage of substances in and out of the cell
  • where protein snythesis occurs
  • where most of the chemical reactions take place
  • where most energy is released in respiration

4. Which of these is NOT present in a bacterial cell?

  • Plasmids
  • Cell membrane
  • Ribosomes
  • Flagella
  • Genetic material
  • Cytoplasm
  • Cell wall

5. What comes next? Cell ---> Tissue ---> ? ---> ? ---> Whole body

  • organ system, organ
  • organ, organ system
  • organism, organ system
  • organ, tissue

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