Fill in the blanks with the terms given in the box below:
Nucleus, chromosomes, cell wall, cell membrane, protoplasm,
cytoplasm, ribosome, cell organelles
The outermost layer of plant cells is the (a) beneath which
is the (b) . The term (c) refers to the jelly-like substance
containing all the (d) . The (e) contains thread-like
structures called (f) .


NCERT Class VIII
Science - Exemplar Problems

Chapter 8. Cell - Structure and Functions

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Answers

2015-06-11T15:02:33+05:30
The outermost layer of the plant cells is the cell wall.

The jelly like substance containing all the cell organells is cytoplasm.

The nucleus contains thread like structures called chromosomes.


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2015-06-11T15:04:03+05:30


(a)cell wall

(b)cell membrane

(c)cytoplasm

(d)cell organelles

(e)ribosomes

(f)chromosomes

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