General Knowledge - Biology

1. What controls the entry and exit of molecules in cell?

2. The primary energy for living organisms is

3. Most plant and animal cells are similar in some respects since they both have in common

4. The function of a cell wall is

5. The cells that make up neurilemma in nerve tissue are

6. The main function of plasma membrane is to

7. What controls the entry and exit of molecules in cell?

8. The first person to observe the bacteria, protozoa and spermatozoa under the microscope was

9. Plant cells can usually be distinguished because only plant cells possess

10. The wonder pigment chlorophyll is present in

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