Practice Test Questions II
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Eukaryotic Cell Sample Test Questions - Part 2
1. Which are typically smaller?
a. prokaryotic cells b. eukaryotic cells
2. Which of the following statements about eukaryotic cells is NOT true?
a. Eukaryotic cells have a membrane bound nucleus, one of the largest structures within the cell.
b. Eukaryotic cells are more complex than are prokaryotic cells.
c. Eukaryotic cells are usually smaller than prokaryotic cells.
d. Eukaryotic cells a believed to have evolved more recently than did prokaryotic cells.
3. The type of lipid molecules that are polar and spontaneously arrange in a lipid bilayer are:
a. proteins b. fats c. waxes d. phospholipids
4. Which domain of organisms has cells with a membrane-bound nucleus?
a. Eukarya b. Archaea c. Eubacteria
5. Centrioles are involved in:
a. producing components of the cellular cytoskeleton
b. moving the duplicated chromosomes to opposite ends of the cell during mitosis
c. production of ribosomes
d. a & b
e. a, b & c
6. You look into a light microscope and view an unknown cell. What might you see that would tell you whether the cell is prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
a. a rigid cell wall b. a nucleus c. a plasma membrane d. ribosomes
Match the following organelles with their function:
7. ribosomes _______
8. mitochondria _______
9. chloroplasts _______
c. protein synthesis
d. synthesis of lipids
e. cellular respiration
10. A lysosome is a type of…
a. genetic material
b. cell wall
c. endoplasmic reticulum
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