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Plant and animal cells
Quiz on Plant and animal cells, created by Tyra Peters on 22/05/2015.
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"Animal cells need to photosynthesise, just like plant cells."
"The cell membrane is a jelly-like substance that fills the cell. Many reactions take place here."
"Both plant and animal cells have a nucleus."
What statement is true about the nucleus?
It controls what enters and leaves the cell.
It is a large structure that contains DNA.
Photosynthesis takes place within it to make food for cells.
It serves the same purpose as the central vacuole - it helps to keep the plant cell rigid.
"The cytoplasm is a jelly-like structure that's found in both plant and animal cells. Many reactions will take place within it."
Where does respiration take place?
Plants don't have skeletons. Which component helps them stay upright?
cell wall and cell membrane
vacuole and cell membrane
mitochondria and cell membrane
cell wall and vacuole
"All plant cells have chloroplasts for photosynthesis."
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