Plant cell organelles

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  • Created by: wierdo09
  • Created on: 13-05-13 20:02

1. What is a cell membrane?

  • It controls how substances enter and leave the cell.
  • It is where photosynthesis takes place.
  • It provides shape and strength to the cell.
  • It contains genetic information that controls the activities of the cell.
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2. What is an organelle?

  • It is a characteristic that is visible and does not change, like an eye colour.
  • It gives the instructions to a cell to tell it what to do.
  • It is a specialized structure within a cell that is adapted to perform a specific function.
  • It is a hard wall that helps to support the wight of the plant.

3. Photosynthesis is the process where plants make their won food using sunlight. Identify where this process takes place.

  • In the cytoplasm.
  • In the vacuole.
  • In the chloroplasts located in the leaf.
  • In the nucles

4. What is Mitochondria?

  • It controls how substances enter and leave the cell.
  • Where many chemical reactions take place.
  • It's where respiration takes place.
  • Where photosynthesis takes place.

5. What is a nucleus?

  • It provides shape and strength to the wall.
  • It contains genetic information that control the activities of the cell.
  • It is where respiration takes place.
  • It provides exptra support fot the cell

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lisa linsdell

Multi choice questions on this topic. Can be used as flash cards too. A good revision resource.

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