Animal cells are eukaryotic cells lacking a cell wall but possess a true, membrane-bound nucleus in addition to other cellular organelles. They show the presence of DNA within the nucleus. Animal cells consist of organelles and cell structures that are responsible to carry out dedicated functions required for the proper functioning of the cell.
Q1. Name the Non-Membrane Bound Organelle Exclusively Found only in Animal Cell.
Q2. If the Centromere is Located at the Proximity of the End of a Chromosome, It is Known as-
Q3. Flagella, Centrioles, Cilia and Basal Bodies Possess Evident Similar Structural Elements and Arrangements. This can Lead to This Probable Hypothesis.
(a) Loss of basal bodies should cause loss of all cilia, flagella, and centrioles
(b) Disruption of one of these types of structure should necessarily disrupt each of the
others as well
(c) survival for motility must select for microtubular arrays in circular patterns
(d) Motor proteins like dynein must have evolved before any of those four sorts of structure
Q4. In the Plasma Membrane of a Few Animals, the Presence of Cholesterol.
(a) makes the membrane less flexible permitting it to sustain greater pressure from within the cell
(b) enables the membrane to stay fluid more easily when the temperature of cell drops
(c) enables the animal to get rid of hydrogen atoms from saturated phospholipids
(d) enables the animal to feature hydrogen atoms to unsaturated phospholipids
Q5. Component of Plant Cell is not There in Animal Cell is-
(b) Cell membrane
Q6. The Association of More than One Ribosome with a Single Molecule of m-RNA Complex is Known as-
Q7. This Cell Organelle is Responsible to Extract Energy from Carbohydrates to Form ATP-
Q8. Balbiani Rings are the Sites of-
(a) RNA and protein synthesis
(b) Lipid synthesis
(c) Nucleotide synthesis
(d) Polysaccharide synthesis
Q9. This Organism is not an Example of Eukaryotic Cells-
(a) Euglena viridis
(b) Escherichia coli
(c) Amoeba proteus
(d) Paramoecium caudatum
Q10. The Most Arena of Various Sorts of Cell Activities is-
(d) Plasma membrane