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Biology is the study of all living things and if you paid attention during your freshman year of high school, you’ll recall that all living things are made up of cells. This quiz about the mighty cell is a fantastic learning opportunity for anyone who wants to test their knowledge of biology. Do you know who came up with the name “cell” to describe this tiny living structure? What is the one thing prokaryotic cells lack? If you find questions like these interesting and think you have the answers, take our cell quiz today and prove just how much you know.

It’s amazing to think that something so small could have such a large role in most everything we’ve come to know in this world. Learn and test your knowledge of cells with a quiz so packed with information, it’s bound to make your jaw drop with a question or two. Using your knowledge of cell structure, answer the questions in this quiz and solidify yourself as a biology genius. Don’t waste any more time and get started today.

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  • Which part of the cell has the genetic material and is often called the "brain of the cell"?
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  • Which structure is found in plant cells and not in animal cells?
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  • Which part of the cell makes the basic amino acid chain for proteins?
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  • What kingdoms are made up of prokaryotic cells?

  • How many times larger is a eukaryotic cell than a prokaryotic cell?

  • Which type of cell appeared first on earth?

  • What organelle is responsible for packaging proteins?
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  • Which of the following organelles contain the genetic information of a cell?
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  • Which of the following does a plant cell have that an animal cell does not?
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  • There are two types of transport through cells: one requires energy and the other does not

  • Hypotonic solutions are so named because their solute content is lower than the solution they are being compared to.

  • Diffusion is important in the study of physiology because it is how most substances enter and exit cells.