Botany/Cells Sample Test,Sample questions

Question: What is the site for formation of glycoproteins and glycolipids

1.Golgi body

2.Mitochondria

3.Lysosome

4.Cytoplasm


Question: Animal cell different from plant cells because of

1.plastid

2.golgy body

3.vacuole

4.centrosome


Question: Assembly of two subunits 40 S and 60 S of the ribosome is

1.120 S unit

2.100 S unit

3.80 S unit

4.90 S unit


Question: Carbohydrates present in the plasmalemma are in the form of

1.cellulose

2.hemicellulose

3.glycolipids

4.starch


Question: Cell organelles are found in

1.Chloroplast

2.protoplast

3.cell membrane

4.cytoplasm


Question: Cell sap is

1.living content of cell

2.non living content of cell

3.living content of vacuole

4.non living content of vacuole


Question: cell was discovered by

1.Swanson

2.Robert brown

3.Robert Hooke

4.Leeuwenhoek


Question: Cellular totipotency means

1.Capability of a plant cell to form complete plant

2.Capability of a plant cell to form complete flower

3.Formation of new plant

4.None


Question: Distinction of prokaryotes and eukaryotes is based on

1.mitochondria

2.chloroplast

3.nucleus

4.plasma membrane


Question: Eukaryotes cells -

1.are found in humans and multicellular organisms

2.do not have ER

3.both a and b

4.None


Question: Golgi apparatus

1.is found in Eukaryotes and bacteria

2.is found in bacteria and plants

3.is found in virus and Bacteria

4.none of the above


Question: In a Golgi complex functional unit is

1.cisternae

2.cristae

3.Thylakoids

4.grana


Question: In eubacteria a cellular component that resembles eukaryotic cell is

1.plasma membrane

2.mitochondria

3.plasma membrane

4.nucleus


Question: Intact chloroplast from green leaves can be isolated by

1.aceton and sucrose solution

2.methanol

3.ethanol

4.sucrose solution only


Question: Intracellular compartments do not occur in

1.Prokaryotes

2.Eukaryotes

3.lower plants

4.All


Question: Lampbrush chromosomes are seen in

1.mitotic prophase

2.meotic prophase

3.meotic metaphase

4.mitotic metaphase


Question: Longest cell in human body is

1.Liver cells

2.Lungs cells

3.Reproductive cells

4.Nerve cells


Question: Membrane-bound organelles are absent in

1.Plasmodium

2.Streptococcus

3.A and B

4.None


Question: Microfilaments composed of

1.tubulin

2.actin

3.chitin

4.myosin


Question: Mitochondria are not found in

1.Human cells

2.Algae

3.Bacteria

4.Plant cells


Question: non membranous organelle is

1.Chloroplast

2.Mitochondria

3.ER

4.None


Question: Nuclear matter without membrane found in

1.Bacteria and cyno bacteria

2.Bacteria and green algae

3.Cyno bacteria only

4.more than one option is correct


Question: nucleoid consist of

1.DNA and histone protien

2.A single stranded DNA

3.A single double stranded DNA

4.RNA and histone


Question: Plant cell composed of

1.Starch

2.lipids

3.protiens

4.cellulose


Question: Plasmodesmata are located in narrow areas of

1.Cytoplasm

2.nucleocytoplasm

3.Cell wall

4.Nucleus membrane


Question: Prokaryotes is characterized by

1.lack of membrane bound orgenelles

2.absence of nuclear membrane and nucleolus

3.presence of mitochondria

4.more than one option is correct


Question: prokaryotic cells lack

1.cytoplasm

2.mitochondria

3.chloroplast

4.both B and D


Question: Prokaryotic genetic system has

1.DNA and histone protien

2.Histone protien only

3.DNA only

4.None


Question: Protoplasm found inside the nucleus is called

1.cytoplasm

2.nucleocytoplasm

3.nucleoplasm

4.none


Question: Semi autonomous organelle in cell is

1.Tonoplast

2.Ribosome

3.ER

4.Chloroplast


Question: SER is the site of

1.Protien synthesis

2.Lipid synthesis

3.Carbohydrates synthesis

4.more than one option is correct


Question: Smaller cells is

1.have larger nucleus

2.have smallest nucleus

3.less active metabolically

4.more less metabolically


Question: The cytoplasmic connections from cell to cell are known as

1.middle lamella

2.golgy apparatus

3.cell membrane

4.plasmodesmata


Question: The difference in plant and animal cell is

1.plant cells have larger vacuoles

2.plant cell have small vacuoles

3.animal cell contain chloroplast

4.more than one option is correct


Question: The main function of centrosome is

1.protein synthesis

2.lipid synthesis

3.formation of spindle fibres

4.None


Question: The organelle that contains the genetic material is

1.RNA

2.Nucleus

3.Chloroplast

4.Mitochondria


Question: The organelles digests the old organelles that are no longer useful to the cells are

1.Mitochondia

2.ER

3.Ribosome

4.Lysosomes


Question: The plasma membrane made up of

1.proteins embedded in a glucose

2.proteins embedded in a phospholipid bilayer

3.Phospholipids embedded in a protein bilayer

4.Proteins embedded in a carbohydrate bilayer


Question: The S in ribosome unit indicates the

1.salts percent in cytoplasm

2.sedimentation coefficient

3.size and shape of ribosome

4.shape of ribosome only


Question: The shape of chloroplast in higher plants is

1.Ribbon shaped

2.Cup shaped

3.Discoidal shaped

4.Both A and C


Question: The size of molecules which can pass through the plasma membrane is

1.8 - 9 Å

2.8 - 10 Å

3.8 - 11 Å

4.8 - 12 Å


Question: Tonoplast is a membrane of

1.Mitochondria

2.Chloroplast and Mitochondria

3.ER and Vacuole

4.None


Question: Various types of activity of cell occur in

1.Cell membrane

2.cytoplasm

3.Ribosomes

4.Mitochondria


Question: What is a genophore?

1.DNA and histone protien in prokaryotes

2.RNA in prokaryotes

3.DNA and RNA in prokaryotes

4.DNA in prokaryotes


Question: what is the exception of cell theory?

1.Bacteria

2.Human cells

3.Algae

4.none


Question: When a ripe tomato is pricked with a needle a watery fluid comes out. This fluid is stored in

1.Vacuole

2.cytoplasm

3.protoplasm

4.lysosome


Question: Which of the following is an example of cell devoid of nuclear membrane and mitochondria is

1.Protist

2.Sperm

3.Ovum

4.Bacterial cell


Question: Which of the following statements are correct for ER? (a) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum makes starch. (b) It is also called the RNA factory of the cell. (c) It processes carbohydrates. (d) It modifies chemicals that are toxic to the cell

1.A,C,D

2.C,D

3.A and B

4.All


Question: Which one of the following is a part of the endomembrane system ?

1.peroxisome

2.chloroplast

3.ER

4.golgi bodies


Question: Which one of the following structures between two adjacent cells is an effective transport pathway?

1.Plastoquinones

2.Ribosomes

3.Plasmodesmata

4.Plasmalemma


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