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Cell Organelles

Rubarts Quiz Practice

What type of cells have chloroplast, cell wall and a bigger vacuole? Plant
What type of cells have lysosomes and a smaller vacuole? Animal
Which type of cells are Eukaryotic? Both plant and animal cells
These organelles are in both Plant and Animal Cells Cytoplasm, Mitochondria, Cell membrane, Nucleus, Vacuole
Clear, thick jelly like material that supports and protects cell organelles Cytoplasm
“Power House” of the cell that breaks down sugar molecules into energy Mitochondria
The chemical energy of the cell ATP
This layer supports and protects the cell (inside the cell wall in plants (1) Cell Membrane (1)
This organelle controls movement of materials in and out of the cell and maintains homeostasis Cell Membrane
“Brain” of cell that controls cell activities and contains hereditary materials/genetic materials Nucleus
Large fluid-filled sacs that store large amounts of food (sugars) and water Vacuole (plant cell)
Small fluid-filled sacs sometimes present used to store food, water, metabolic and toxic waste Vacuole (animal cell)
Rigid, strong, stiff outer layer that protects the cell and supports the plant (allows it to grow tall) It allows water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide to pass into and out of the cell. Cell Wall (plants only)
Green, oval organelle that contains chlorophyll and uses energy from the sun to make food (sugar and oxygen) for the plant (photosynthesis). Chloroplast (plants only)
Organelles that digest waste in cell and get rid of old organelles Lysosome (animals only)
What is the function of the chloroplast? Uses energy from the sun to make food (sugar and oxygen) for the plant
What is the function of the vacuole? Stores food, water, and toxic wastes (in animals)
What organelle allows water, oxygen and carbon dioxide to pass in and out of the cell? Cell Wall
What is considered the brain of the cell? Nucleus
What organelle is found only in animal cells? Lysosome
What part of the cell protects and supports the organelles? Cytoplasm
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