10/05/2020Movement In and Out of the Cell(Senior Class Biology Study by Topics) 0Comments by Gate Academy Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. The compound in which energy is released through the process of cellular respiration is called ____.ATPMetabolismSunlightADP2. The part of a plant cell that gives it a regular shape is the _____.Cell membraneCytoplasmCell wallChloroplasts3. Which of these molecules can pass through a cell via active transport?OxygenGlucoseEthanolStarch4. Process that moves any material from high concentrations to low concentrations is called ____EndocytosisActive transportDiffusionOsmosis5. Which of the following(s) is/are made up of only one cell?BacteriumYeastAll of the aboveParamecium6. When put into distilled water, a red blood cell will:Stay the same.Double in size and then stay that wayShrink (Crenate).Inflate until it pops.7. When a molecule enters a cell via the proteins on its membrane, it has undergone:Facilitated diffusionActive transportOsmosisAdhesion8. Which part of the cell is responsible for breaking down used organelles and essentially "digesting" substances?LysosomesRibosomesVacuolesGolgi apparatus9. What is the jelly like substance found inside a cell?NucleusCell membraneChloroplastCytoplasm10. Active transport is the movement ofparticles from a region of lower concentration to a region of higher concentration using energy from respiration.molecules from a region of their higher concentration to a region of their lower concentration.water through a partially permeable membrane from a more dilute to a more concentrated solution.urine by relaxation of a sphincter muscle in the bladder.11. A plant cell can make its food because it has _____.A cell wallCytoplasmChloroplastsA cell membrane12. A solution that has a greater concentration than a cell, it would be a ____ solution.HypotonicHypertonicIsotonicHeterogeneous13. What cells does a plant cell have but a animal cell does not?Cell wall and cytoplasmCell wall and nucleusNucleus and cell membraneCell wall and chloroplast14. Process in which liquids from the surrounding area are taken into the cell is called ____.PhagocytosisPassive transportExocytosisPinocytosis15. The energy pathway that uses energy to build up larger molecules from smaller ones is known as _____.ADPAnabolicATPCatabolic16. Which of these does require energy?Passive TransportOsmosisActive TransportGravity17. Which part of the cell makes substances that do NOT contain proteins?Smooth endoplasmic reticulumNucleolusRough Endoplasmic ReticulumRibosomes18. The animal cell consists of following exceptcell membranecytoplasmchlroplastnucleus19. Which of the following organisms reproduce by budding?ParameciumAmoebaYeastBacterium20. The process of taking materials into the cell by means of unfolding, or pockets, of the cell membrane, is not called:PinocytosisEndocytosisExocytosisPhagocytosis21. An animal cell that is surrounded by fresh water will burst because the osmotic pressure causesWater to move out of the cellWater to move into the cellSolutes to move into the cellSolutes to move out of the cell22. The process in which the movement of materials across a membrane requires energy is ____.DiffusionActive transportFacilitated diffusionPassive transport23. Which part of the cell is made up of a network of filaments that maintains the cell structure?CytoplasmVacuolesEndoplasmic reticulumCytoskeleton24. Energy can be defined as ____.Chemical reactionsAbility to do workCreation of heatFormation of power25. Prokaryotic Cells lackGenetic materialA nucleusCytoplasmA cell membraneTime is Up!