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CBSE Class 9 – Biology – Cell: Fundamental Unit of Life- Assignment

Very Short Answer Questions

Q1: Plasma membrane is made up of which two components?

Q2: What is hypotonic solution?

Q3: What is hypertonic solution?

Q4: What is isotonic solution?

Q5: Cell is made up of which component?

Q6: Give an example of unicellular organism.

Q7: Give an example of multicellular organism.

Q8: Define osmosis.

Q9: What is active transport?

Q10: Name any two cell organelles that contain their own DNA material.

Q11: Why are lysosomes called suicidal bags?

Q12: Where are proteins synthesised inside the cell?

Q13: What is endocytosis?

Q14: Where are genes located?

Q15: Name any two structures found in plant cell but not in animal cell?

Q16: What is membrane biogenesis?

Q17: Which organelle is involved in formation of lysosomes?

Q18: What is the outermost layer of an animal cell?

Q19: What is the outermost layer of a plant cell?

Q20: Which cell organelle is the storage sac of solid and liquid materials?

Q21: Which cell organelle serves as channels for transport of material between cytoplasm and

Q22: Which organelle is associated with ribose formation?

Q23: What is nucleoid?

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CBSE Class 9 – Biology – Cell: Fundamental Unit of Life- Assignment

Q24: Define plasmolysis.

Q25: Which organisms can be made into crystal?

Q26: Which organelle detoxify poisons and drugs in a cell?

Q27: Why is endocytosis found in animal cells only?

Q28: Write full form of ATP, DNA, RNA?

Q29: How does CO2 move out of the cell?

Q30: Name the scientist who coined the term protoplasm?

Q31: Which cell organelle is called the powerhouse of the cell?

Q32: What is the chemical composition of a cell membrane?

Q33: Name the scientist who told that new cells arise from pre-existing cells.

Q34: What is function of leucoplast?

Q35: How are chromatin, chromatid and chromosomes related to each other?

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