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Vacuole: Quiz


Question 1: In animal cells, vacuoles perform mostly subordinate roles, assisting in larger processes of exocytosis and ________.
EndocytosisPhagocytosisEfferocytosisReceptor-mediated endocytosis

Question 2: Aside from storage, the main role of the central vacuole is to maintain turgor pressure against the ________.
Cell wallCell envelopeBacteriaChloroplast

Question 3: Vesicles (Exosome - Lysosome - ________ - Phagosome - Vacuole)
EndosomeCell nucleusCell (biology)Cell membrane

Question 4: For example, developing cells in the ________ contain small provacuoles and cells of the vascular cambium have many small vacuoles in the winter and one large one in the summer.
Plant evolutionary developmental biologyMeristemPlant stemPlant

Question 5: Toxic ions, such as strontium (Sr2+), ________(II) (Co2+), and lead(II) (Pb2+) are transported into the vacuole to isolate them from the rest of the cell.

Question 6: Due to ________, water will diffuse into the vacuole, placing pressure on the cell wall.
TonicityOsmosisOsmotic pressureOsmoregulation

Question 7: ________ is able to survive and reproduce in the vacuoles of several mammal species after being engulfed.

Question 8: They also aid in destruction of invading ________ or of misfolded proteins that have begun to build up within the cell.
Gram-positive bacteriaBacteriaGram-negative bacteriaCorynebacterium

Question 9: ________ - Nucleus (and Nucleolus) - Endoplasmic reticulum - Golgi apparatus - Peroxisome - Parenthesome
Vesicle (biology)Cell wallCell (biology)Cell membrane

Question 10: A vacuole is a membrane bound organelle which is present in all plant and fungal cells and some protist, ________[1] and bacterial cells.


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