nucleus
membrane
mitocondria
ribosomes
ER
100

What would happen if a cell lost its nucleus?

The cell would die almost instantly.

100

What is the purpose of the membrane.

Is found in all cells and separates the interior of the cell from the outside environment.

100

What is the definition of the mitochondria?

A powerhouse of the cell creates most of the energy.

100
What are two things that ribosomes do?

Ribosomes receive information from the cell nucleus and construction materials from the cytoplasm.

100

Can you live without ER?

Without the endoplasmic reticulum, the cell will not survive.

200

Can a cell survive without a nucleus?

No, a cell cannot survive without a nucleus.

200

What is a membrane?

A thin layer that forms the outer boundary of a living cell or of an internal cell compartment.

200

Are mitochondria in only animal cells?

No, they are in both animal and plant cells.

200

Where are ribosomes found?

Ribosomes are found free in the cytoplasm or on the surface of the rough endoplasmic reticulum.

200

Does ER have DNA in it or not?

Endoplasmic reticulum does not contain any DNA

300

What makes a nucleus?

A collection of particles called protons, which are positively charged, and neutrons, which are electrically neutral.

300

Why is the membrane important?

The cell membrane provides an important barrier that protects the cell's interior.

300

Do fungi have mitochondria?

Yes, they usually have mitochondria.

300

How are Ribosomes important for life?

All cells need ribosomes to make the proteins necessary for life.

300

Does the ER have ribosomes on it?

The rough ER, which is covered by ribosomes on its outer surface

400

What does the nucleus do easily?

Controls and regulates the activities of the cell.

400

Where is the membrane located?

On the outer surfaces of the cells and are responsible for the regulation of what enters or exits the cells.

400

Do insects have mitochondria?

Yes, they are packed with them.

400

Are ribosomes in all cells?

Ribosomes are found in practically every cell type of multicellular organisms, as well as in prokaryotes such as bacteria.

400

What is the function of the ER?

In general, its function is to produce proteins for the rest of the cell to function.

500

What are the three main things in a nucleus?

  • Nuclear envelope.
  • Nucleolus.
  • chromatin body.
500

What happens if the cell membrane is damaged?

The cell will die because if the membrane is damaged it cant protect the cell.

500

How many mitochondria does a cell have?

1,000 to 2,500

500

Where are ribosomes not found?

They are not present in vacuoles.

500

Where is the ER located in a cell?

Typically next to the nucleus.

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