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6. Lysosomes act as

  • cell destroyer, as they contain digestive enzymes
  • makes ATP
  • produces ribosomes

7. What's the difference between the smooth ER and the rough ER

  • The rough ER doesn't contain ribosomes and makes proteins, the smooth ER does contain ribosomes and it makes lipids, steroids and hormones
  • The rough ER contains ribosomes and makes proteins, the smooth ER doesn't contain ribosomes and it makes lipids, steroids and hormones
  • The smooth ER contains ribosomes and makes proteins, the rough ER doesn't contain ribosomes and it makes lipids, steroids and hormones

8. What acts as the control cell

  • Ribosomes
  • Mitochondria
  • Nucleus
  • Golgi

9. What is the word for water moving across a semi permeable membrane?

  • Diffusion
  • Active Transport
  • Osmosis
  • Endocytosis

10. what does the cytoplasm contain?

  • Only organelles
  • Cytosol and organelles
  • Only Cytosol
  • Cistol and organelles

11. What's the difference between simple and facilitated diffusion?

  • Simple diffusion allows simple substances to pass from a high concentration to a low concentration, facilitated diffusion is for larger substances
  • Facilitated diffusion allows simple substances to pass from a high concentration to a low concentration, simple diffusion is for larger substances

12. What consists of the nucleus?

  • Nuclear envelope, nuclear pores, nucleoli, nucleoplasm and chromatin
  • Nuclear pores, nucleoplasm and chromatin
  • Mitochondria, nuclear pores, nucleoli, chromatin

13. What are the two types of endocytosis?

  • Phagocytosis and pinocytosis
  • Phagocytosis and exocytosis
  • Pinocytosis and exocytosis

14. What are the main proteins in a plasma membrane?

  • Integral proteins and carrier proteins
  • Integral proteins, Channel proteins and Carrier Proteins
  • Channel proteins and carrier proteins
  • Channel proteins and integral proteins

15. What are the 3 main parts of the cell?

  • Plasma membrane, cytoplasm and nucleus
  • Cell wall, cytoplasm and nucleus

16. Why is Active Transport different to diffusion?

  • Active Transport requires ATP, diffusion doesn't
  • Diffusion requires ATP, active transport doesn't