Biology 2.1

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: TobyHill5
  • Created on: 04-04-18 15:13

1. In prokaryotic cells, what is PILI

  • allows bacteria to move
  • small, hair like structures allowing bacteria to adhere to host cells
  • area in cytoplasm where DNA is situated
1 of 20

Other questions in this quiz

2. What is the flagella?

  • area in cytoplasm where DNA is situated
  • allows bacteria to move
  • small, hair like structures allowing bacteria to adhere to host cells

3. Which is not a difference between Prokaryote and Eukaryote

  • prokaryotes have no nucleus
  • prokaryotes divide by binary fission
  • prokaryotes has a larger nucleolus
  • prokaryotes have a protective waxy cuticle
  • prokaryotes have a flagella
  • prokaryotes cell wall is made from peptidoglycan
  • prokaryotes have plasmids
  • prokaryotes are smaller
  • prokaryotes have a less developed cytoskeleton
  • prokaryotes have pili
  • prokaryotes have smaller ribosomes
  • prokaryotes have no membrane bound organelles

4. Formula for magnification

  • Eyepiece / Objective
  • Objective x Eyepiece
  • Objective / Eyepiece
  • Objective + Eyepiece
  • Objective - Eyepiece

5. What are thylakoids

  • stacks of flattened membrane sacs in inner membrane of chloroplasts
  • the fluid filled matrix in chloroplasts
  • a singular stack of membrane

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Biology resources:

See all Biology resources »See all Cellular processes and structure resources »