Slide 1 - Lewiston School District

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Cells Jeopardy!
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Movement
Communica Cell
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A student using a light microscope observes a
cell and correctly decides that it is a plant cell
because
A) Ribosomes are visible
B) An endoplasmic reticulum can be seen
C) A cell membrane is present
D) It has a large central vacuole
E) Centrioles are present
D. Central vacuole
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Which of the following is NOT normally
found in a plant cell?
A) Mitochondria
B) Endoplasmic Reticulum
C) Plastids
D) Plasma Membrane
E) Centrioles
E. Centriole
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Which of the following is present in a
prokaryotic cell?
A) Mitochondria
B) Ribosomes
C) Endoplasmic reticulum
D) Chloroplasts
E) Nuclear Membrane
B. Ribosomes
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Which of the following organelles modifies
and packages for secretion the materials
produced by the ribosomes?
A) The chloroplast
B) The Golgi apparatus
C) The nucleus
D) The nucleolus
E) The mitochondrion
B. Golgi Apparatus
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Match the two columns…
1. Produces ATP
A) Golgi
Apparatus
2. Produces Proteins
B) Microtubules
3. Packages and secretes
C) Rough ER
substances
D) Mitochondria
4. Contains hydrolytic enzymes E) Lysosomes
5. Directly assists with cell division
1. D
4. E
2. C
5. B
3. A
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This is the fusion of a vesicle with the cell
membrane; the contents are released
outside of the cell.
A) osmosis
B) facilitated diffusion
C) exocytosis
D) endocytosis
E) active transport
C. Exocytosis
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Simple diffusion and facilitated diffusion are related
in that both
A) Require protein carriers
B) Depend on a concentration gradient
C) Occur via concentrations of cytoskeletal
elements attached to membrane proteins
D) Are endergonic processes and thus require the
hydrolysis of ATP
E) Occur in eukaryotic cells but not in prokaryotic
cells
B. Depend on a concentration gradient
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You know that this in
a(n)_____ solution because
the cell will…
A) hypertonic ... lost water
B) hypertonic ... gained water
C) isotonic ... neither lost nor
gained water
D) hypotonic ... shrunk
E) hypotonic ... swelled
E. Hypotonic… swelled
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A student was studying
the responses of cells to
solutions of varying salt
concentrations. Which
solution below would
cause no change in cell
size?
G
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The sodium-potassium pump is an example
of _____.
A) facilitated diffusion
B) transport by a mobile carrier
C) ion movement through a gated channel
D) active transport
E) coated-pit endocytosis
C. Ion movement through gated
channel
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A substance that acts at a distance from the site at
which it is secreted is classified as a(n)
__________.
A) neurotransmitter
B) paracrine signal
C) local regulator
D) hormone
E) synaptic signal
D. Hormone
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When a platelet contacts a damaged blood vessel, it
is stimulated to release thromboxane A2.
Thromboxane A2 in turn stimulates vascular spasm
and attracts additional platelets in the vicinity to the
injured site. In this example Thromboxane A2 is acting as
a(n)….
A) Neurotransmitter
B) Transcription factor
C) Protein kinase
D) Local regulator
E) G protien
D. Local Regulator
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The receptor molecule is this letter
B
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Which of the following enables a cell to
engulf a specific kind of molecule?
A) Passive transport
B) Diffusion
C) Osmosis
D) Receptor-mediated endocytosis
E) exocytosis
D. Receptor-mediated Endocytosis
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Certain yeast cells secrete a molecule called the a
factor. The purpose of this molecule is to _____.
A) kill other yeast cells nearby, which may be
competing for access to food.
B) kill bacteria nearby, which may be competing for
access to food.
C) stimulate an a yeast cell to grow toward the a
cell
D) attract other yeast cells of the same mating type
to assemble
E) enzymatically process food into a form that can
be easily absorbed.
C. Stimulate an a yeast cell to
grow toward the a cell
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Interphase consists of the __________
stages of cellular growth and division.
A) G1, M, and G2
B) G1, S, and G2
C) M, S, and G2
D) M, S, and G1
B. G1, S and G2
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If a cell has 24 chromosomes at the
beginning of meiosis, how many will
it have a the end of meiosis?
If a cell as 24 chromosomes at the
beginning of mitosis, how many will I
have a the end of mitosis?
Meiosis = 12
Mitosis = 24
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Which of the following does NOT occur by
mitosis?
A) Growth
B) Production of gametes
C) Repair
D) Development of embryo
E) Cleavage
B. Production of gametes
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The function of the cell cycle is to produce
daughter cells that _____.
A) are genetically identical to the parent cell
(assuming no mutation has occurred)
B) have the same number of chromosomes as the
parent cell but not the same genetic content
C) have a random assortment of maternal and
paternal chromosomes
D) have the same number of chromatids as the
parent cell had chromosomes
E) none of the above
A.
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What is a factor that limits cell size?
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
How active the cell is
What kind of activity a cell is engaged in
The ratio of volume to cell surface area
Whether the cell is a plant or animal cell
Whether the cell is prokaryotic or eukaryotic
C. Surface area to volume ratio
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Phospholipid molecules in a membrane are arranged
with their ____ on the exterior and their ____ on the
interior.
A) hydrophobic heads ... hydrophilic tails
B) hydrophilic heads ... hydrophobic tails
C) nonpolar heads ... polar tails
D) hydrophobic tails ... hydrophilic heads
E) hydrophilic tails ... hydrophobic heads
B.
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Which of the following best describes the general
structure of a cell membrane?
A) proteins sandwiched between two layers of
phospholipids
B) proteins embedded in two layers of
phospholipids
C) a layer of protein coating a layer of
phospholipids
D) phospholipids sandwiched between two layers
of protein
E) phospholipids embedded in two layers of
protein
B
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When there is a lower concentration of water
outside of a plant cell rather than inside a
plant cell, the plant will tend to…
A) grow toward the sun
B) lose water and wilt
C) gain water and become rigid
D) increase its rate of photosynthesis
B. Loose water and wilt
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Which of the following macromolecules is
primarily responsible for the insolubility of
cell membranes in water?
A) Starch
B) Cellulose
C) Protein
D) Phospholipid
E) Glycogen
D. Phospholipids
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Which of the following best characterized
the structure of the plasma membrane?
A) Rigid and unchanging
B) Rigid but varying from cell to cell
C) Fluid but unorganized
D) Very active
E) Rigid and organized
D. Very active

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