Diagram Quiz on Plant Cell

This picture quiz is designed to assess your basic knowledge in 'Plant Cell'. Identify the organelle that match with the description in the question. When you've finished answering as many of the questions as you can, scroll down to the bottom of the page and check your answers by clicking 'Get score'. Percentage score will be displayed along with right answers.

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Plant Cell Diagram
1. Identify the cell type in the above figure
a) Eukaryotic Animal cell
b) Eukaryotic Plant cell
c) Prokaryotic Bacterial cell
d) Eukaryotic Fungal cell
2. In the figure, numbered '4' is the site in the cell which is analogous to “waste bin”. Identify the organelle
a) Lysosome
b) Nucleus
c) Vacuole
d) Chloroplast
3. This organelle is the “commanding centre of the cell’’ where genetic material is located. Identify the organelle which is numbered '8'
a) Mitochondrion
b) Nucleus
c) Endoplasmic reticulam
d) Lysosome
4. The organelle numbered '6' is responsible for life on this planet and is present only in plants. The organelle is
a) Nucleus
b) Mitochondrion
c) Chloroplast
d) Golgi bodies
5. In a cell, all metabolic activities requires energy which is supplied by the “powerhouse of the cell”. The organelle numbered '1' responsible for energy production is
a) Chloroplast
b) Mitochondrion
c) Nucleus
d) Lysosome
6. The outermost boundary of plant cell is made up of cellulose. In the figure, label '5' is the
a) Cytoplasm
b) Cell wall
c) Plasma membrane
d) Cell membrane
7. This organelle is in continuous connection with nuclear membrane where ribosomes are studded on the surface. The organelle numbered '2' is
a) Rough Endoplasmic reticulam
b) Golgi apparatus
c) Vesicles
d) Smooth Endoplasmic reticulam
8. The organelle labelled ‘7 ‘is called as “the sorting centre of the cell”. The organelle is
a) Vesicles
b) Endoplasmic reticulum
c) Lysosome
d) Golgi apparatus
9. All are double membrane bound organelles except?
a) Nucleus
b) Mitochondrion
c) Chloroplast
d) Vacuole
10. This serves as “transport packets” where materials are transported to different locations of the cell. The organelle labelled '11' is
a) Endoplasmic reticulam
b) Lysosome
c) Vesicles
d) Golgi apparatus
11. This is the outermost layer in an animal cell. This selectively permeable layer labelled '10' is
a) Cell wall
b) Plasma membrane
c) Mitochondrial membrane
d) Nuclear membrane extensions
12. The region in the nucleus where rRNAs are synthesized and which is numbered '3'is
a) Nuclear membrane
b) Nucleoplasm
c) Karyoplasms
d) Nucleolus
13. This is the region between cell membrane and nuclear membrane. This is where all metabolic reactions take place. In the figure, number '12' is
a) Protoplasm
b) Karyoplasms
c) Cytoplasm
d) Nucleoplasm
14. In the diagram label number '13' represents fine cytoplasmic strands that connect adjacent cells. This is
a) Plasma lemma
b) Plasma membrane
c) Plasmodesmata
d) Cytoplasm
15. This organelle is the site of lipid synthesis and drug detoxification. The organelle numbered '9' is
a) Smooth endoplasmic reticulam
b) Rough endoplasmic reticulam
c) Golgi apparatus
d) Mitochondrion
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