Biology

This is a biology quiz on the follwing topics:

- Characteristics of living organisms

- Movement of substances

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1. What organelles do plants have but not animals?

  • Vacuole, Chloroplasts and Cell Wall
  • Vacuole, Chloroplasts and Cell Membrane
  • Vacuole, Cytoplasm and Cell Membrane
  • Vacuole, Cytoplasm and Cell Wall
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2. What is cell in a dilute solution called?

  • Turgid
  • No one will ever know
  • Flaccid
  • Plasmolysed

3. What is a cell where the cytoplasm has been pulled away from the cell wall called?

  • No one will ever know
  • Plasmolysed
  • Flaccid
  • Turgid

4. What are the 5 kingdoms of organisms?

  • Animals, Plants, Food, Bacteria and Protoctists
  • Animals, Plants, Fungi, Bacteria and Protoctists
  • Animals, Plants, Food, Bacteria and Pond Life
  • Animals, Plants, Fungi, Bacteria and Pond Life

5. Why do plants need turgid cells in means of support?

  • The turgid cell forms a rigid structure that supports the plant
  • No one will ever know
  • The turgid cell forms part of the skeleton
  • The turgid cell creates a barrier protecting the plant from viruses

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