Plant and Animal cells share the following membrane bound organelles. acell wall, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria and a nucleus bchloroplasts, plasma membrane, endoplasmic retic

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Plant and Animal cells share the following membrane bound organelles.

acell wall, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria and a nucleus bchloroplasts, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria and a nucleus ccilia, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria and a nucleus dgolgi apparatus, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria and a nucleus

cell/plasma membrane

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Question 7

The cell/plasma membrane only protects the cell. It does not control what enters and leaves the cell.

True FalseQuestion 8

The cell/plasma membrane is made up of what two things?

ahydrophobic lipid and hydrophilic phosphate bhydrophilic sugar and hydrophobic lipid chydrophobic lipid and carbon dhydrophilic phosphate and hydrophilic sugarQuestion 9

Osmosis is the movement of water through a semi-permeable membrane.

True FalseQuestion 10

Water molecules are very small and are able to travel throught the cell/plasma membrane unassisted, or they can travel through a protein channel called a what?

atranporin bvesicles cchannel daquaporinQuestion 11

The movement of water across a cell membrane is active transport and requires a lot of energy.

True False

Cell Transport

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Question 12

In osmosis, water molecules move

afrom an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration bfrom an area of low concentration to an area of high concentrationQuestion 13

Solutes are substances like salt or sugar that can be dissolved in something called a solvent. Just an FYI, water is a universal solvent.

True FalseQuestion 14

Match the following definitions to the correct term.

Column A1.Type of solution that has a higher solute (salt or sugar) concentration and a less water. Causes things in this solution to shrink.:Type of solution that has a higher solute (salt or sugar) concentration and a less water. Causes things in this solution to shrink.2.Type of solution that has more water and less solute (salt or sugar) concentration. Causes things to puff up and possibly burst.:Type of solution that has more water and less solute (salt or sugar) concentration. Causes things to puff up and possibly burst.3.Type of solution that has a balance of water and solute concentration.:Type of solution that has a balance of water and solute concentration.Column Ba.hypotonic solutionb.hypertonic solutionc.isotonic soultionQuestion 15

Match the definition to the correct term.

Column A1.active transport:active transport2.passive transport:passive transport3.fascilitated diffusion:fascilitated diffusionColumn Ba.The movement of particles across a membrane that requires the use of proteins but does not require energy.b.The movement of particles from an area of low concentration to high concentration. Requires energyc.The movement of particles from an area of high concentration to low concentration. Does not require energy.Question 16

This picture represents a bacteriophage. Also known as a virus that infects bacteria.

True FalseQuestion 17

Please match the term to the correct definition.

Column A1.bacteriophage:bacteriophage2.capsid:capsid3.lysogenic infection:lysogenic infection4.lytic infection:lytic infection5.prophage:prophage6.retrovirus:retrovirusColumn Ba.the type of infection in which a virus does not immediately start replicating itself but inserts a piece of DNA ino the host cell’s genome which becomes activated at a later dateb.a virus that infects bacteriac.a virus that, upon infection of a host cell, makes a DNA copy of its RNA and inserts that piece of DNA into the cell’s genomed.the protein coat that surrounds a viruse.a piece of virus DNA that becomes a part of a bacterium’s genomef.a type of infection in which a virus immediately starts replicating in the host cellQuestion 18

Match the following vocabulary to the correct definition.

Column A1.capsid:capsid2.lysogenic infection:lysogenic infection3.lytic infection:lytic infection4.prophage:prophage5.retrovirus:retrovirusColumn Ba.any of a group of RNA viruses which insert a DNA copy of their genome into the host cell in order to replicateb.protein shell of a virusc.infection where virus enters the host cell, makes a copy of itself, and causes the cell to burst, or lysed.the genetic material of a bacteriophage, incorporated into the genome of a bacterium and able to produce phages if specifically activated.e.

infection where virus can remain inactive for a period of time hiding in the host’s genome

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Question 19

The 2n represents what stage of the this plants life cycle?

ahaploid bdiploidQuestion 20

What type of plants are angiosperms?

abryophytes bspore producing cflowering dgymnospermQuestion 21

All fruits from angiosperms are sweet and edible.

True FalseQuestion 22

Flowers are the reproductive structures in angiosperms.

True FalseQuestion 23

What part of the flower ripens into a fruit?

aanther bstyle covary dstigmaQuestion 24

Match the correct terms and definitions.

Column A1.Alternation of Generation:Alternation of Generation2.Hormones:Hormones3.Tropisms:Tropisms4.Negative Tropism:Negative Tropism5.Positive Tropism:Positive Tropism6.Phototropism:Phototropism7.Geotropism:GeotropismColumn BColumn Ba.is a tropism where the organism moves toward the stimulib.an alternation of a sexual stage (meiosis) and asexual stage (mitosis) in the life cycle of an organism, including plants.c.is a tropism where the organism responses to light as the stimulusd.a regulatory chemical produced by an organism to produce a specific action in the organism and its cells.e.is a tropism where the organism responses to gravity as the stimulusf.are adaptations that support the success of an organism in response to a stimulus.g.is a tropism where the organism moves away from the stimuliQuestion 25

I have watched all the videos, completed all of the questions and taken good notes that I have studied thoroughly.

I understand that my teachers are giving me this opportunity so that I can re-learn the information I didn’t understand the first time and that I intend to take full advantage of that by making all of my submissions my own work.

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