Do Animal Cells Have a Cell Membrane?


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Do animal cells have cell membranes?

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1. Which type of molecule is responsible for controlling entry and exit from the cell?

2. Which of the following substances does the cell membrane regulate entry/exit of?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Animal cell membranes have unique functions that are necessary for protecting the cell. You will be quizzed on the purpose and location of cell membranes in animals.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These assessments test your understanding of:

  • Whether or not all animal cells have cell membranes
  • The molecules that regulate entry and exit from the cell
  • Substances whose entry and exit is controlled by the cell membrane
  • Where the cell membrane is located
  • Cell membrane functions

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - consult your knowledge to name the substances allowed to enter and exit the cell
  • Knowledge application - use what you know about cell membranes to identify a purpose not served by the cell membrane
  • Reading comprehension - demonstrate your ability to draw the most essential information from the related lesson

Additional Learning

You can find more information about this topic in the lesson named Do Animal Cells Have a Cell Membrane. The objectives for this lesson are as follows:

  • Describe the two primary cell membrane functions
  • Explain how the cell membrane regulates entry and exit into the cell
  • Understand the purpose of cell membrane proteins