Biology Unit Two Quiz

This quiz will ask questions covering everything on the Biology Unit 2 GCSE AQA specification

1. Which is the correct statement?

  • Tissues make up cells. Cells make up systems. Systems make up organs.
  • Tissues make up cells. Cells make up organs. Organs make up systems.
  • Cells make up tissues. Tissues make up organs. Organs make up systems.
  • Cells make up systems. Systems make up tissues. Tissues make up organs.
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2. Give one cause of speciation.

  • Geographical separation
  • Have to fight for resources eg. food
  • New predators
  • New diseases

3. A plant can convert glucose into cellulose. What does the plant use cellulose for?

  • To strengthen the cell wall
  • To grow fruits and flowers
  • To evolve so it can survive
  • To make proteins which allow the plant to grow

4. What is the difference between the function of a cell membrane and the function of a cell wall?

  • There is no difference - they are both the same thing, people just use different names
  • The cell membrane controls what moves in/out of the cell, where as the cell wall gives a plant strength and protection
  • The cell membrane gives a plant strength and protection, where as the cell wall controls what moves in/out of the cell
  • The cell membrane controls the activity of the cell, where as the cell wall gives the plant shape
  • The cell membrane gives the plant shape, where as the cell wall controls the activity of the cell

5. Which four features mean a sperm cell is better adapted?

  • The acrosomal vesicle, the centriole, the flagellum and the nucleus
  • The acrosomal vesicle, the centriole, the flagellum and more mitochondria
  • The centriole, the flagellum, the nucleus and more mitochondria
  • The acrosomal vesicle, the flagellum, the nucleus and more mitochondria

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