1) Which type of transport does not require the use of energy by the cell? a) passive transport b) active transport c) endocytosis d) exocytosis 2) What size of particle can move through the process of diffusion? a) large b) any size c) small d) greater than the width of the cell membrane 3) What gas is necessary for cellular respiration to take place? a) Carbon dioxide b) oxygen c) carbon monoxide d) nitrogen 4) What food is produced by photosynthesis? a) lactic acid b) protein c) lipids d) glucose 5) Which particles can go through the cell membrane? a) water b) gases such as oxygen or carbon dioxide c) small particles of food d) all of the above 6) The state of being when an internal environment is stable and stays that way. a) equilibrium b) static c) homeostasis d) happiness 7) How is the cell membrane important in getting the cell what it needs and disposing of waste? a) Lets some particles in b) keeps some particles in  c) Lets some particles out d) All of the above 8) What happens to red blood cells (about 75% water) in salty water (about 66% water)? a) they shrink b) they remain the same c) they explode d) they reproduce 9) Which cells make their own food? a) plant cells b) bacteria cells c) animal cells d) fungi cells 10) What is the process by which large particles enter a cell? a) endocytosis b) diffusion c) exocytosis d) osmosis 11) What is the process by which large particles leave a cell? a) endocytosis b) exocytosis c) osmosis d) diffusion 12) Osmosis only happens with what material? a) oxygen b) food c) carbon dioxide d) water 13) What materials can go through a semipermeable membrane? a) all materials b) no materials c) some materials 14) Which of these processes uses the least energy? a) diffusion b) exocytosis c) endocytosis d) photosynthesis 15) What does this series of pictures show? a) endocytosis b) exocytosis c) diffusion d) osmosis 16) What is the name of the organelle required for cellular respiration? a) chloroplast b) Golgi complex c) nucleus d) mitochondria 17) What is the name of the organelle required for photosynthesis? a) Chloroplast b) Golgi complex c) Nucleus d) Mitochondrion 18) During the process of photosynthesis, which of these materials is NOT made? a) oxygen b) glucose c) carbon dioxide 19) During the process of cellular respiration, which of the following IS made? a) glucose b) oxygen c) sun d) ATP 20) Which of the these organisms could be a producer? a) bear b) mushroom c) grass d) earthworm 21) What is the source of energy used for photosynthesis? a) gas b) electricity c) sunlight d) nuclear  22) What are the products of photosynthesis? a) carbon dioxide and glucose b) oxygen and glucose c) water and oxygen 23) What is the pigment in plants that allows them to perform photosynthesis? a) chlorophyll b) cell wall c) nucleus 24) What are the two reactants (ingredients) necessary for photosynthesis? a) carbon dioxide and oxygen b) glucose and oxygen c) water and carbon dioxide 25) What is the name of the organelle which performs photosynthesis? a) cell wall b) chloroplast c) mitochondria d) lysomes 26) What is the gas produced during cellular respiration? a) oxygen b) carbon dioxide c) nitrogen d) carbon monoxide 27) What type of energy is need for cellular respiration to take place? a) chemical energy (glucose) b) physical energy (heat) 28) What are the two reactants (ingredients) needed for cellular respiration? a) oxygen and glucose b) water and oxygen c) carbon dioxide and water 29) What is the name of the organelle that performs cellular respiration? a) lysosomes b) mitochondria c) chloroplast d) ribosomes 30) What is the energy produce in cellular respiration? a) glucose b) ATP c) sunlight d) electricity 31) Osmosis and diffusion are both examples of what kind of transport? a) active transport b) passive transport 32) In which directions do molecules move during diffusion? a) from high concentration to low concentration b) from low concentration to high concentration c) no movement at all 33) What is the organelle through which diffusion and osmosis take place? a) cell wall b) cell membrane c) mitochondria d) chloroplast 34) What is the specific molecule which is diffused during osmosis? a) water b) oxygen c) carbon dioxide d) hydrogen 35) What word describes the cell membrane that allows things like water and oxygen to move through it but not other things? a) permeable b) semipermeable c) gated

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