The concentration of water molecules in the cell is higher than the concentration of water molecules in the surrounding medium
The concentration of water molecules in the surrounding medium is higher than the concentration of water molecules in the cell
The concentration of water molecules is same in the cell and in the surrounding medium
The concentration of water molecules does not matter
Plant cells have cell wall which animal cells do not.
Plant cells do not have vacuole while animal cells do have.
Plant cells have only cell membrane while animal cells have both cell wall as well as cell membrane.
Plant cells have more plastids while animal cells have few plastids.
It behaves as transport channel for proteins between nucleus and cytoplasm.
It transports materials between various regions in cytoplasm.
It can be the site of energy generation.
It can be the site of some biochemical activities of the cell.
The movement of water across a semipermeable membrane is affected by the amount of substances dissolved in it.
Membranes are made of organic molecules such as proteins and lipids.
Molecules soluble in organic solvents can easily pass through the membrane.
Plasma membranes contain chitin sugar in plants.
A – Nucleons; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nucleoplasm
A – Nucleus; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nucleoplasm
A – Nucleolus; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nucleoplasm
A – Nucleolus; B – Chromatin; C – Nuclear membrane; D – Nuclear wall
Chloroplasts change to chromosplasts
Chromosplasts change to chromosomes
Chloroplasts change to chromosomes
Chromosplasts change to chloroplasts
So that the pickle may get extra flavour.
So that the cut vegetables may absorb the vitamin d as a nutrient from the sun rays.
So that the vegetables may lose all the water by diffusion and evaporation and become dry.
So that the salt may get evenly and properly absorbed by the vegetables.
Breakdown of plasma membrane in hypotonic solution.
Shrinkage of cytoplasm in hypertonic medium.
Shrinkage of Nucleoplasm.
None of these.
Energy currency of the cell
Energy generator of the cell
Kitchen of the cell
Power house of the cell
Anton Von Leeuwenhoek
Movement of water molecules from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration through a semipermeable membrane.
Movement of solvent molecules from its higher concentration to lower concentration.
Movement of solvent molecules from higher concentration to lower of solution through a permeable membrane.
Movement of solute molecules from lower concentration to higher concentration of solution through a semipermeable membrane.
Golgi apparatus is involved with formation of lysosomes.
Nucleus, mitochondria and plastid have DNA, hence they are able to make their own structural proteins.
Lysosomes are called the suicide bags as they eat up their own cells.
Cytoplasm is called known as protoplasm.
Both (i) and (iii)
Both (i) and (iv)
They help to store the toxic metabolic by-products of the plant cell.
They provide turgidity and rigidity to the plant cell.
They help to maintain the osmotic pressure in the cell.
They help the plant in its growth by the process of cell division.