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Test Science Grade 6 Cell Organization of Animals and plants

Test Science Grade 6 Unit # 1

         Cell Organization of Animals and plants

Name of Student _________________Roll # _____  Date ________ Total Marks: 20

1.     A group of various tissues which work together is named as.

  •     (a) Cell organelles 
  •     (b)Organisms     
  •     (c)Organ    
  •     (d)Organ system

2.     It’s called the brain of a cell:     

             (a)Mitochondria        (b)Vacuole       (c)Nucleus        (d)Cell membrane

3.    Which is the outer covering of the plant cell?    

 (a)Mitochondria            (b)Vacuole           (c)Nucleus            (d)Cell wall

4.     A gaggle of cells that are similar in structure and function:

                        (a)Tissue               (b)Organ               (c)Cell                        (d)Organism

5.     Animals don’t make their own food because they are not having:

             (a)Mitochondria        (b)Vacuole       (c)Chloroplast           (d)Cell membrane

6.     It’s called the “powerhouse” of a cell:

             (a)Mitochondria            (b)Vacuole           (c)Nucleus        (d)Cell membrane

7.     Heart, liver and ears are examples of:

 (a)Organs            (b)tissues          (c)Cells               (d)Organ systems

8.     Plants make food in leaves and it’s stored in other parts because:

(a)Xylem tissues      (b)Epidermal tissues          (c)Stems        (d)Phloem tissues

9.     Asam-ul-Haq was observing a cell through a microscope and saw mitochondria and cytomembrane. What could he say about the cell?

                                    (a)it can only be a plant cell        

                                      (b) it can only be an animal cell

                                      (c) not a plant cell and not an animal cell    

                                    (d)it is either a plant cell or an animal cell

10.         The most effective level of organization is:

(a)Organ           (b)Tissue       (c)Organism             (d)Organ system

11.           The term “cell” was first used by scientists:

(a)John Dalton (b)Georg Ohm        (c)Robert Hooke     (d)Issac Newton

12.          An electronic microscope can magnify the image up to:

(a)150,000 times   (b)300,000 times   (c)500,000 times    (d)100,000 times

13.          A light microscope enables us to view objects up to ____ times larger than their original size.

(a)500               (b)1000             (c)1500             (d)2000

14.          Trap energy from the sun:                    

(a)Vacuoles          (b)Centrioles            (c)chlorophyll          (d)mitochondria

15.          These organelles pass the characteristics of the cell to the new cell:

(a)chromosomes       (b)chloroplast         (c)cell wall    (d)endoplasmic

16.          It’s not present in plant:                 

     (a)xylem            (b)phloem        (c)mesophyll                (d)muscle

17.          A group of organs that work in the same way, is called:

 (a)organ system         (b)tissue        (c)organism             (d)nucleus

18.       In animal cells, it is not present:

     (a)centrioles            (b)cell membrane      (c)mitochondria         (d)cell wall

19.          The highest level of organization is: 

(a)organ               (b)tissue            (c)organism         (d)system

20.   Our largest organ is: 

 (a) liver                  (b) skin                  (C)heart                (d)brain

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