This is an MCQ-based quiz on Cell Organelles.
This includes Nucleus, Ribosomes, Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, Chloroplasts, and Mitochondria.
Which of the following best describes the ribosome in terms of its structural components?
Which of the following is true about eukaryote ribosomes?
Ribosomes are the organelle responsible for the translation of mRNAs into proteins. To do this, ribosomes translate the mRNA codons into amino acids which are joined to form a long polypeptide. The ribosome has a catalytic domain that is responsible for the formation of the peptide bonds between these amino acids. What is the name, i.e. the enzymatic classification, of this domain in the ribosome?
Which of the following is not a common destination for proteins translated by membrane-bound ribosomes?
The inner mitochondrial membrane is organized into cristae, which essentially results in a series of folds within the mitochondria. Which of the following best describes the primary advantage to having cristae in inner compartments of mitochondria?
What provides structural support for the nucleus and binds chromatin?
Which of the following is true regarding the nucleus?
How are proteins imported into the nucleus?
Chloroplasts are found primarily in which cell type?
Which organelle is used to create triglycerides and other lipids?