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Worksheet -1 (B) Bacteria and Archaebacteria

(C) Cyanobacteria and Mycoplasma


CELL (D) Both (B) and (C)
1. The parts of the cell that can be seen with an electron
microscope, but never with a light microscope is: 13. Ribosomes present in prokaryotic cell is
(a) Nucleus (b) Golgi bodies (C) chloroplasts (A)70S type (B)60s type (C)80s type (D)both 70S and 80S type
(D) membrane separating the nucleus from the cytoplasm
14. Ribosomes are
2. Fundamentally a dead cell differs from a living cell because: (A) postively charged
(A) It has become separated from other cells (B) negaively charged
(B) its vital forces have been destroyed (C)amphoteric
(C) A change of its surrounding environment has occured (D)none of these
(D) A change in its specific organisation has occured
15.Dictyosomes is also known as
3. The cell theory was proposed by: (A)respiratory particle (B)ribosome (C)golgi bodies
(A)Robert Hooke (B) Leuwenhoek (C)Schleiden and Schwann (D) (D)peroxisome
Purkinje
16.Which of the following is widely distributed in a cell
4. Which of the following sets resemble in their basic structures (A)Chromoplasts (B)Chloroplast (C)RNA (D)DNA
and functions:
(A)Centrioles,cilia and flagella 17.Golgi bodies are related with
(B)DNA ,mRNA and tRNA (A)excretion (B)energy liberations (C )pinocytosis
(C)ER, golgi complex and lysosome (D)secretions
(D)Leucoplast ,chloroplast and chromoplasts 18.Within the cell,the site of respiration is
(A)nucleus (B)mitochondrion (C)ribosome
5.Which of the following biomolecules regularly moves from (D)lysosome
nucleus to cytoplasm?
(A)Glycogen (B)Cholestrol (C)RNA (D)DNA 19.A Mitochondrion possess a
(A)single membrane (B)double membrane (C) Three
6.Which of the following cellular organelles breaks down complex layered membrane (D)four layered membrane
macromolecules such as polysaccharides and proteins?
(A)Golgi complex (B)Lysosome (C)Mitochondria (D)RER 20.Peroxisomes are bounded by
(A)single membrane
7.Which of the following is an exception to cell theory? (B)double membrane
(A)Bacteria (B)Protozoans (C)Protista (D)Viruses (C)triple membrane
(D)no membrane
8. The activities of all living cells is controlled by:
(A)chloroplasts (B) auxins (C)nucleus (D)tonoplast 21. The main type of plastids meant for photosynthesis is
(A)leucoplasts (B)chromoplasts (C)chloroplasts (D)none
9.Which of the following sets of cell organelles contains DNA? of these
(A)mitochondria,ribosomes and chloroplasts
(B)nucleus,ribosomes and chloroplasts 22. Non photosynthetic pigments are
(C)nucleus,ribosomes and mitochondria (A)chromoplasts (B)amyloplasts (C)chloroplasts
(D)nucleus,mitochondria and chloroplasts (D)both(A) and (B)
23.An octamer of four histone complexed with DNA is called
10.Which of the following is not correct? (A)Nucleosome (B)centrosome (C)chromosome
(A) all cells do not contain a true nucleus (D)endosome
(B) all living plant cells contain chlorophyll
(C) cell walls are generally made up of cellulose 24.Select the self duplicating organelle
(D) respiration occurs in mitochondria (A)mitochondria (B)plastids (C)centriole (D) all of these

11.The principal site of the synthesis of ribosomal RNA is 25.Who proposed the fluid mosaic model of plasma membrane?
(A) mitochondria (B)golgi bodies (C)nucleolus (D)lysosomes (A)Rudolph Virchow
(B)Schleiden and Schwann
12. Which of the following are prokaryotes? (C)Singer and Nicholson
(A) Viruses and rickets (D)Robert Brown