1) Considered the powerhouse of a cell, this organelle is where sugar is used to produce energy. a) Cell Wall b) Mitochondria c) Vacuole d) Cytoplasm e) Cell Membrane 2) The basic unit of all living things. a) Cell b) Organelle c) Nucleus d) Cytoplasm e) Mitochondria 3) The jelly-like liquid inside the cell where the organelles are found. a) Organelle b) Cytoplasm c) Cell Membrane d) Vacuole e) Nucleus 4) Found outside the cell membrane, this organelle gives the plant structure. Animal cells do not have these. a) Nucleus b) Cell Wall c) Organelle d) Cell Membrane e) Cytoplasm 5) The organelle that contains DNA, the genetic material of the cell. a) Vacuole b) Cell Membrane c) Mitochondria d) Nucleus e) Organelle 6) The thin, flexible barrier surrounding the cell. a) Cell b) Cytoplasm c) Cell Wall d) Cell Membrane e) Lysosome 7) A membrane bound organelle that is like the trash and recycling center of a cell. It helps the cell get rid of waste. a) Nucleus b) Mitochondria c) Cell Membrane d) Vacuole e) Cytoplasm f) Lysosome 8) A membrane bound organelle where fluids and other nutrients are stored for the cell. It is like a reservoir. a) Cell Wall b) Organelle c) Lysosome d) Cell e) Mitochondria f) Vacuole 9) This organelle is where photosynthesis takes place. Animal cells do not have these. a) Mitochondria b) Organelle c) Nucleus d) Lysosome e) Cell Membrane f) Chloroplast 10) Parts of a cell that help it function. a) Vacuole b) Cytoplasm c) Cell Wall d) Organelle e) Nucleus





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