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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Division of Rizal
Tanay, Rizal
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I. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Read each item carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer.
1. What do you call the level of organization which is composed of different organs
working together for a common function?
A. cells B. organelles C. tissues D. organ system
2. What do you call the tool used to see objects too small to be seen by the unaided
A. computer B. magnifying glass C. microscope D. telescope
3. In switching the objectives of the compound microscope, which of the following
should be manipulated?
A. arm B. dust shield C. body tube D. revolving nose piece
4. Which of the following organelles are found only in animal cells?
A. centriole and lysosome C. vacuole and plastid
B. plasmodesmata, vacuole and nucleus D. cell wall and chloroplast
For item No. 5
1. Organ 2. Cell 3. Tissue 4. Organ System
5. Which of the following shows the correct sequence –from smallest to biggest- of the
levels of organization in an organism?
A. 4-1-3-2 B. 2-1-3-4 C. 4-3-1-2 D. 2-3-1-4
6. Which of the following causes red tide?
A. bacteria B. dinoflagellates C.fungi D. protozoans
7. Which of the following differentiates organs from tissues?
A. organs make up tissues; tissues make up organs
B. organs and tissues are made up of cells
C. tissues make up organs; cells make up tissues
D. organs and tissues make up an organ system
8. Why is the nucleus of plant cells mostly found at the periphery instead of the center
like in animal cells?
A. because majority of the chloroplast occupies the center of plant cell
B. because of the presence of large sap vacuoles which occupies the center of
C. because comparatively more cytoplasm is present in animal cell than in plant
D. because the plasmodesmata is typically located at the center of plant cell
9. In 1831, Robert Brown discovered that this structure is a fundamental and constant
component of a cell. Later, Matthias Schleiden and Theodore Schwann observed
nucleus in plants and animals followed by the classification of cell types in
microorganisms. What principle of cell theory do these discoveries support?
1. All living things are made up of cells
2. The cell is the basic unit of life
3. All cell comes from pre-existing cells
4. Cell divides spontaneously
A. 1 and 3 only C. 1 and 2 only
B. 2 and 4 only D. 1,2,3 and 4
For item No. 10, use the following keys to evaluate the statements

1- If the 1st and the 2nd statements are TRUE

2- If the 1st statement is TRUE but the 2nd statement is FALSE
3- If the 1st and 2nd statements are FALSE
4- If the 1st statement is FALSE but the 2nd statement is TRUE
10. 1 Plant cell is circular in shape while animal cell is rectangular in shape
2nd Both plant and animal cell contain mitochondrion

A.1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4

For items 11-16 DIRECTIONS: Complete the Venn diagram below to differentiate animal
and plant cells. Please choose your answer to the pool of words inside the box.

cell wall small medium rectangular large centriole circular

Animal Cell Plant Cell

11._______ 12._______
Vacuole Size
13.________ Cell Membrane 14._______
15._______ Present only 16._______

For Items 17-26. Read each item carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer on the
blank provided.

A. Binary fission B. regeneration C. fragmentation

D. internal E. budding F. asexual reproduction
G. parthenogenesis H. sporulation I. vegetative reproduction
J. external

_____ 17. Fertilization happened in watery or moist environment wherein the gametes
released into the surrounding.
_____ 18. Fertilization happened wherein the sperm is introduced and left within the female
reproductive tract.
_____ 19. It does not involve the union of gametes.
_____ 20. A paramecium splits into two identical halves
_____ 21. Reproduction exhibited by ferns, mosses, and fungi
_____ 22. Reproduction common among social insects and rotifers.
_____ 23. Growing a new plant using any plant part.
_____ 24. Reproduction of typical hydra
_____ 25. An organism is produced from the parent’s egg cell that was not fertilized.
_____ 26. An entire animal grows from a cut piece of a parent animal.
II. MATCHING TYPE: Match the functions of the Plant and Animal cell in column A with the
names of the parts in column B. Write the letters of the answers on the blanks provided.

Parts of the Animal and Plant Cells

_____ 27. Regulates the entry and exit of materials a. Mitochondria

_____ 28. Known as “Protein Factory” of the cell b. Centrioles
_____ 29. The control center of the cell c. Lysosomes
_____ 30. The powerhouse of the cell d. Ribosomes
_____ 31. The matrix where the organelles are embedded e. Cell wall
_____ 32. Packages and stores material f. Chloroplasts
_____ 33. Provides green color of plants g. Cytoskeleton
_____ 34. Maintains cell shape in the plant cells h. Golgi apparatus
_____ 35. It is referred as a “suicide bag” of the cell. i. Cytoplasm
_____ 36. Formation of spindle fibers during cell division. j. Cell membrane
_____ 37. Network of fibers that are scattered throughout k. Nucleus
the entire cytoplasm.

III. MULTIPLE CHOICE: Read each item carefully. Write the letter of the correct answer.

38. A group of organisms of the same kind living in the same place at the same time is
called ____.
A. Community C. ecosystem
B. Population D. biodiversity
39.What do you call the interaction that animal kill and eat other animals?
A. Predation C. producer
B. Producer D. decomposer
40.Which relationship best describe commensalism?
A. Organism having a mutual benefit.
B. One organism benefits from the host organism.
C. Organism gets its nutrients from a living host harmed by the interaction.
D. Organism are harming each other.
41.A relationship that gets nutrients from a living host harmed by the interaction.
A. Parasitism C. Mutualism
B. Commensalism D. Consumerism
42.When two population us the same resource, what is its biological interaction?
A. Production C. Competition
B. Predation D. Separation
43.What is the original source of energy which flows through a food chain?
A. Carbon dioxide C. oxygen
B. Glucose D. sunlight
44.A food chain shows the _____________.
A. Limiting factors in the ecosystem C. feeding relationship in an ecosystem
B. Level of organization in an ecosystem D. abiotic factors in an ecosystem

Use the diagram of a simple food chain to answer questions number 45-46.


45. What is the producer in the energy flow diagram show?

A. Sun C. rabbit
B. Grass D. fox
46.What is the primary role of rabbit in this food chain?
A. To form a habitat C. to be a source of water
B. To find a space to live D. to be a source of energy
Use the diagram of a simple food chain to answer questions number 47-48.




47. Which of these are NOT present in food web?

A. Producers C. secondary consumer
B. Primary consumer D. decomposer
48. Four types of organisms are listed below. Arranged it from highest energy give to
1. Producers 3. Carnivores
2. Decomposers 4. Herbivores
A. 2-1-3-4 C. 4-3-1-2
B. 1-3-2-4 D. 1-4-3-2
49. Organisms that feed chiefly on plants are called______.
A. herbivores C. carnivores
B. omnivores D. detritivores
50. In a food chain, the green plants are considered the ________.
A. primary consumers C. secondary consumers
B. decomposers D. producers
51. An eagle stalks, kills, and then etas a chick. Which ecological terms best describes the
A. herbivores-decomposers C. herbivore-predator
B. carnivore-predator D. heterotroph-carnivore
52. What is the importance of reproduction to living things?
A. Change of species C. perpetuation of the species
B. Survival of the fittest D. promotion of diversity
53. It is a unicellular organism that obtains their nutrients from the environment?
A. Bacteria C. Algae
B. Protozoa D. Fungi
54. It is a bacterium that found inside the large intestine of human.
A. Vibrio Cholera C. Mycobacterium pneumonae
B. Mycobacterium Leprae D. E.Coli

55-60. Create a diagram showing Food Chain. (6pts.)

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