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Sample TerraNova Grade 9 Science

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Look for key differences between the plant and animal cells.

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1. Which of the following plant cell parts gives the plant support and is not part of animal cells?

Notice what kind of cell is it?

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2. This picture shows an animal cell. Name the part labeled #3.

Look for similarities and differences between animal and plant cells.

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3. Plant and animal cells have some similarities as well as differences. What is one thing that plant and animal cells have in common?

Refer to the five-kingdom classification system proposed by biologist Robert H. Whittaker.

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4. All organisms are divided into kingdoms: Animal, Plant, Protist, and Fungi. What is the fifth kingdom that is recognized by scientists?

Look for Prokaryotes.

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5. In which kingdom would you find unicellular organisms that do NOT have nuclei?

What kingdom of organisms have photosynthesis?

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6. Fill in the blank.
If an organism is multicellular and makes its own food, it must be a member of the______________ kingdom.

Value difference is also called what?

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7. Between an area of high concentration and one of low concentration there is____ .

Without using energy...

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8. Which of the following is true about passive transport?

Key word is "active".

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9. What is needed for material to enter the cell membrane through active transport?

Look for natural and passive diffusion.

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10. What is the term for a fluid moving across a membrane from an area of high concentration to one of low concentration?

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