Have-a-Java Quiz 2 - The Cell:
1. The control centre of the cell is the:
    A) cytoplasm
    B) nucleus
    C) centriole
    D) vacuole

2. Mitochondria are responsible for:
    A) production of ATP
    B) production of RNA
    C) production of ribosomes
    D) packaging of proteins into vesicles

3. The cell membrane is composed of:
    A) phospholipids and cholesterol only
    B) proteins, phospholipids, and DNA
    C) cholesterol, phospholipids, proteins, and carbohydrates
    D) DNA, RNA, phospholipids, and carbohydrates

4. Select the list which gives the stages of cellular respiration in the order in which they would occur in aerobic conditions in a human muscle cell:
    A) lactic acid fermentation, glycolysis, Krebs cycle
    B) glycolysis, electron transport, Krebs cycle
    C) electron transport, glycolysis, Krebs cycle
    D) glycolysis, Krebs cycle, electron transport

5. Which one of the following types of tissue belongs to the "epithelial" line?
    A) lining of cavities, such as intestinal tract
    B) nervous cells of the brain and spinal cord
    C) bone and/or cartilage
    D) striated muscle under voluntary control

6. Eukaryotic cells differ from prokaryotic cells in that the prokaryotic cells lack:
    A) genetic information
    B) the ability to photosynthesize
    C) a membrane-bound nucleus
    D) the ability to utilize oxygen for cell respiration

7. Proteins are produced mostly by the ____ in the cell.
    A) ribosomes
    B) vacuoles
    C) Golgi bodies
    D) centrioles

8. Which one of the following allows a cell to move through the environment?
    A) Golgi bodies
    B) flagella
    C) lysosomes
    D) endoplasmic reticulum

9. Old, dying cells are decomposed when ______ release their enzymes into the cytoplasm.
    A) lysosomes
    B) ribosomes
    C) chromosomes
    D) chloroplasts

10. Photosynthesis occurs in green plants within organelles called:
    A) vacuoles
    B) cell walls
    C) nucleoli
    D) chloroplasts

11. Which one of the following is part of vascular tissue?
    A) cartilage
    B) striated muscle
    C) red blood cells
    D) squamous epithelium

12. Fruits and vegetables are juicy when you bite into them because of all the extra water stored in the central:
    A) nucleus
    B) nucleolus
    C) lysosome
    D) vacuole

13. Phospholipid molecules have ________ head groups and ______ tail groups.
    A) hydrophilic; hydrophilic
    B) hydrophobic; hydrophobic
    C) hydrophilic; hydrophobic
    D) hydrophobic; hydrophilic

14. What is the diameter of field of view of HIGH power for a light microscope with a low power field of view of 3.4 mm?

(Assume low power mag. = 4X, high power mag. = 40X)

    A) 0.34 mm
    B) 0.034 mm
    C) 34 mm
    D) 340 mm

15. Who coined the term "cell"?
    A) David Suzuki
    B) James Watson
    C) Captain Kirk
    D) Robert Hooke

16. What chemical substance would you expect to find in a plant cell but NOT in an animal cell?
    A) cellulose
    B) glucose
    C) phospholipid
    D) protein

17. If a solution is hypertonic to a cell, the solution has:
    A) high water and low solute
    B) low water and high solute
    C) low water and low solute
    D) high water and high solute

18. If a cell is placed in a hypertonic solution, the cell will tend to:
    A) gain water and solutes
    B) gain water only
    C) lose water and solutes
    D) lose water only

19. When an ion such as Na+ enters a cell by moving down it's concentration gradient, what type of transport process does it use?
    A) simple diffusion
    B) facilitated diffusion
    C) osmosis
    D) active transport

20. Which one of the following is correct for a substance moving into a cell by active transport?
    A) up the concentration gradient, ATP required
    B) up the concentration gradient, no ATP required
    C) down the concentration gradient, ATP required
    D) down the concentration gradient, no ATP required