Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. Which organelle uses energy from sunlight to make glucose?NucleusChloroplastsVacuolesMitochondria2. Which of these molecules can pass through a cell via active transport?StarchEthanolGlucoseOxygen3. Which is NOT found in a prokaryotic cell? Cell wallNucleusCytoplasmCell membrane4. Prokaryotic Cells lackA nucleusGenetic materialCytoplasmA cell membrane5. Process that moves any material from high concentrations to low concentrations is called ____DiffusionEndocytosisOsmosisActive transport6. The energy pathway that uses energy to build up larger molecules from smaller ones is known as _____.ADPATPCatabolicAnabolic7. Which of the following organisms reproduce by budding? ParameciumBacteriumAmoebaYeast8. What cells does a plant cell have but a animal cell does not? Cell wall and chloroplastCell wall and cytoplasmCell wall and nucleusNucleus and cell membrane9. When one cell divides into new cells to reproduce. This process is called ____Cell divisionCell additionCell productionCell subtraction10. Animal cells do not haveA cell membranePeroxomesLysosomesA cell wall11. Which part of the cell is responsible for packaging and transporting substances made in the cell?MitochondriaEndoplasmic ReticulumGolgi apparatus (aka Golgi body)Mitochondria12. An animal cell that is surrounded by fresh water will burst because the osmotic pressure causesSolutes to move into the cellWater to move into the cellWater to move out of the cellSolutes to move out of the cell13. A plant cell can make its food because it has _____.A cell membraneA cell wallChloroplastsCytoplasm14. Process in which liquids from the surrounding area are taken into the cell is called ____. PinocytosisExocytosisPassive transportPhagocytosis15. The ____ controls all the activities in the cell.neutronwallnucleuschlrorplast16. Which of the following cell structures assembles proteins using coded instructions that come from the nucleus? VacuoleGolgi apparatusRibosomeMitochondrion17. Which part of the cell makes substances that do NOT contain proteins?RibosomesSmooth endoplasmic reticulumNucleolusRough Endoplasmic Reticulum18. Which of these molecules can NOT pass through a membrane to enter a cell?IodineOxygenGlucoseStarch19. Which statement describes how young plants are supported?the pressure of water inside the cells pressing outwards on the cell wallsthe pressure of water passing from the roots through the xylemthe pressure of water inside the cells pressing outwards on the cell membranesthe pressure of water passing from the roots through the phloem20. Lipids cannot pass through the cell membrane because they are too large to fit through. FalseTrue21. The process in which the movement of materials across a membrane requires energy is ____. DiffusionFacilitated diffusionPassive transportActive transport22. When a molecule enters a cell via the proteins on its membrane, it has undergone: AdhesionActive transportFacilitated diffusionOsmosis23. Which of the following(s) is/are made up of only one cell? ParameciumYeastBacteriumAll of the above24. Which structure is found in plant cells and not in animal cells? Endoplasmic reticulumNucleusCell wallCentriole25. Which organelle is responsible for the chemical energy needed for the cell to function? Golgi apparatusMitochondriaLysosomesRibosomesTime is Up!