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Chapter 1 Review Quiz 



This activity contains 10 questions.

Question 1.
This is a typical plant cell.

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Organelle h in the diagram converts the chemical energy in sugar into energy that the cell can use. Which organelle is h?

 
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Question 2.
This is a typical plant cell.

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What is the function of the organelle (labeled 3 in this diagram) that is surrounded by rough endoplasmic reticulum (labeled l - lowercase "L" - in this diagram)?

 
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Question 3.

Imagine that in your compound microscope you see this paramecium.

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The microscope has an objective lens of 40X, and an ocular lens that is 10X. If the microscope produces an image that is 4 cm long, what is the paramecium's actual length?
 
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Question 4.
Most of the cell cycle is spent in which activity?

 
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Question 5.
Cell growth, DNA replication and preparation for mitosis occur during which part of the cell cycle?

 
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Question 6.
Which colour-enhanced micrograph best shows the process of cytokinesis?

 
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Question 7.

Place these colour-enhanced micrographs showing the process of mitosis in the correct order.

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C.gr10_ch01_Q6_c.jpg D.gr10_ch01_Q6_d.jpg
 
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Question 8.
Which cell function is usually absent from cancer cells?

 
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Question 9.
What cells are best described as unspecialized cells that are capable of specialization?

 
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Question 10.
This is a scanning electron micrograph of human blood.

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What type of tissue is blood?

 
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