Ch03 - Chapter 3 The Plant Cell and the Cell Cycle Multiple-Choice Questions 1 Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes p 37 easy ans a Eukaryotic cells differ

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Chapter 3: The Plant Cell and the Cell Cycle Multiple-Choice Questions 1. Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes; p. 37; easy; ans: a Eukaryotic cells differ from prokaryotic cells in that eukaryotic cells have: a. a nucleus. b. a cytoplasm. c. a plasma membrane. d. genetic material. e. ribosomes. 2. The Plant Cell: An Overview; p. 38; moderate; ans: e Which of the following is/are NOT part of the protoplast? a. Cytoplasm b. Nucleus c. Organelles d. Ribosomes e. Cell wall 3. The Plant Cell: An Overview; p. 38; moderate; ans: e Which of the following statements about the plasma membrane is FALSE? a. It receives and transmits hormonal and environmental signals. b. It mediates the transport of substances into and out of the cell. c. It coordinates the synthesis and assembly of cellulose microfibrils. d. It forms the outer surface of the cytoplasm. e. It is called the tonoplast. 4. The Plant Cell: An Overview; p. 39; moderate; ans: a Cyclosis refers to: a. the constant streaming of the cytoplasm. b. the process of cell division. c. that portion of the cytoplasm outside the plasma membrane. d. that portion of the cytoplasm inside the plasma membrane. e. the liquid inside the vacuole. 5. Nucleus; p. 40; moderate; ans: d The nuclear envelope may be considered a portion of the: a. nucleoplasm. b. chromatin. c. nucleoli. d. endoplasmic reticulum. e. ribosomes.
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6. Nucleus; p. 41; easy; ans: a The dispersed chromatin of nondividing cells seems to be attached to the: a. nuclear envelope. b. nucleolus. c. nuclear pores. d. endoplasmic reticulum. e. nucleoplasm. 7. Nucleus; p. 41; moderate; ans: d Which of the following best designates a somatic cell containing 6 chromosomes? a. n = 6 b. n = 12 c. 2n = 3 d. 2n = 6 e. 3n = 6 8. Nucleus; p. 41; moderate; ans: b If a plant has a diploid chromosome number of 60, how many chromosomes are present in its gametes? a. 20 b. 30 c. 40 d. 60 e. 80 9. Nucleus; p. 41; easy; ans: c The nucleolus is the structure in which ______ are constructed. a. nuclear pores b. chromosomes c. ribosomes d. units of endoplasmic reticulum e. portions of the nuclear envelope 10. Nucleus; p. 41; easy; ans: c Ribosomes are the sites of ______ synthesis. a. lipid b. DNA c. protein d. carbohydrate e. calcium oxalate
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11. Nucleus; p. 41; easy; ans: e Ribosomes are found free in the cytoplasm as well as attached to the: a. plasma membrane. b. oil bodies. c. tonoplast. d. glyoxysomes. e. endoplasmic reticulum. 12. Nucleus; p. 41; moderate; ans: c By definition, polysomes are: a. free in the cytoplasm. b. attached to a membrane. c. actively involved in protein synthesis. d. involved with calcium-requiring processes. e. facilitating cellular communication. 13. Chloroplasts and Other Plastids; p. 41; easy; ans: e The principal plastids involved in photosynthesis are the: a. etioplasts. b.
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Ch03 - Chapter 3 The Plant Cell and the Cell Cycle Multiple-Choice Questions 1 Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes p 37 easy ans a Eukaryotic cells differ

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