1. What are lysosomes?
- Specialised forms of vesicles containing hydrolytic enzymes (digestive enzymes)
- Specialised digestive enzymes
- External organelles that keep cells stationary
- Vesicles that play a key role in protein synthesis
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2. Which are three features of plant cell walls?
- Are rigid structures, allow the plant cell to change shape, and are partially permeable.
- Made of cellulose, are freely permeable, and are on the outside of the cell membrane
- Made of cellulose, are partially permeable, and are on the outside of the cell membrane
- Found inside the cell membrane, freely permeable, and make the plant cell rigid
3. What are microtubules?
- A component of the cytoskeleton that can break down the cell and rebuild it again during complex cellular processes
- Contractile fibres formed from the protein actin
- A component of the cytoskeleton that forms a scaffold like structure that determines the shape of the cell
- Tiny organelles on the surface of the cell that record information about the cells environment
4. I'm an organelle found in plant cells. I contain an inner membrane that's arranged in flattened sacs. Which organelle am i?
- A centriole
- Secretory vesicles
- The chloroplast
- The mitrochondria
5. What is the difference in structure between the smooth endoplasmic reticulum and the rough endoplasmic reticulum?
- The smooth ER is normally much larger than the rough ER
- The rough ER has centrioles attached to it, and the smooth ER does not
- The rough ER has ribosomes attached to it, and the smoothh ER does not
- The rough ER is attaced to the nucleus, and the smooth ER is attached to the cell membrane