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It’s a proven fact that all living organisms are composed of and depend on cells to function normally. This means that, at a molecular level, we are all the same, regardless of race, religion, or political adherence. Even if, for the majority of people around the world that isn’t argument enough to bring about world peace, for others, mainly scientists and researchers, it’s the answer to life’s secret code.

“Which structure is found only in animal cell?”, “How many hydrogen bonds does thymine form in DNA?”, “Which molecule is involved in the transport of electrons during the electron transport system?”, and “What main function of coenzyme A is involved in respiration?” If answered, these questions are viable to bring about a revolution in the biological field. So, do you think you have what it takes to answer our cell biology quizzes?
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A cell is the basic fundamental unit of all biological organisms. This challenging biology test on cells is designed to test your knowledge on this topic to the extremes. Good Luck with this quiz! I challenge you to score more...

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    All cells contain which of the following:

Can you pass this cell biology test? How well do you know the cell and how it operates? The cells are the building blocks for living things. For example, the blood has white blood cells that help protect against harmful...

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    What is the function of the cell membrane?

​​​​​​A Cell is the fundamental unit of life, and the analysis of cell structure and function is known as Cell biology. The study focuses on general properties shared by all cells, to the distinctive, highly complex...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 2310   |  Last updated: Jun 26, 2019
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    The α helix and β sheet are found in many different proteins because they are formed by

Practice questions to help you succeed on the semester 1 cell biology benchmark. Make sure to take notes while you take this quiz, and read the explanation of each correct answer before moving on to the next question. (CLICK ON...

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    The cell membrane of the red blood cellwill allow water, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and glucose to pass through. Because other substances are blocked from entering, this membrane is called:

Cell biology means to study and examine physiological properties, structure, life cycle, and division of cells. Cells are the tiny functioning unit which consists of a nucleus surrounded by cytoplasm and a membrane....

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 1703   |  Last updated: Jun 26, 2019
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    What is the first stage of mitosis?

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Cell Biology Questions & Answers

Do all the cell contain the same organelle?
All cells do not really contain the same organelle, but then they do contain the same organelle. Some of the organelles such as the endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, Golgi apparatus, and so on and so forth, are found in all eukaryotic cells; howev
Which of the following do all cells contain?
The cell membrane and plasma membrane are contained by all cells.
What is the thin, flexible barrier around a cell called?
The thin, flexible barrier around a cell is referred to as the plasma membrane. Body cells have many functions and serve a whole lot of different purposes. They have many different parts that do allow the cells to go to certain areas in order to perf
What is the difference between Endosmosis and Exosmosis?
Endosmosis is the passage of water into the cell through the semi-permeable cell membrane. With the solute concentrations, cell cytosol has a higher solute concentration than the cell surrounding. Endosmosis could be stimulated when the cell is place
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