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Cell Test Unit 6

Cell Structure and Function

Which of the following describes the cytoskeleton? A web of proteins that gives shape and support to the cell
Which cellular organelle is responsible for digestion and for the breakdown of damaged organelles inside an animal cell, but not in a plant cell? Lysosome
Which of the following correctly pairs a structure in a eukaryotic cell with its description? Cell membrane; separates a cell from its environment.
Hanna is growing two different types of eukaryotic cells in her lab. Both types are found in the same multicellular organism, but one cell type produces many proteins, and the other does not. What would Hanna be MOST Likely to observe about these cells? The cells that make many proteins have more ribosomes than the other cells.
Latoya adds sugar molecules to the cells she is studying. The cells transport the sugar to the organelles that will use it to make ATP. Latoya traces the movement of the sugar inside the cells. Toward which organelle is Latoya likely to find the sugar mol Mitochondrion
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