CBSE Class 8 Science Cell Structure And Functions Worksheet Set A

CBSE Class 8 Science Worksheet - Cell - Structure and Functions Part B - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.

BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL

GANGA RAM HOSPITAL MARG

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT 2

SCIENCE

CLASS- VIII

SA2

ASSIGNMENT NO. 12

CELL- STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS

Q1. Fill Ups:

i. Cells were first observed in cork by ________________.

ii. ___________________ is the longest cell in our body.

iii. ______________ is the smallest cell known with a size of ____________ micrometer.

iv. ______________ is present in plant cell but absent in animal cell while, ___________ is present in animal cell and absent in plant cell.

v. ________________ in human blood is a single cell.

vi. A _______________ is a group of cells performing a specific function.

vii. _______________ are used to colour parts of the cell to study their details.

viii. The plastids responsible for green color of leaves is ____________________.

ix. __________ controls the transfer of a hereditary characteristic from parents to offspring.

x. _____________________ cells having nuclear material without nuclear membrane.

xi. The cells, like onion cells and cheek cells are example of __________________cells.

xii. ___________________ is a structure that contains more than one type of tissues.

xiii. The porous membrane that allows the movement of materials between the cytoplasm and the inside of the nucleus is ________________________________.


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