Parts of an Animal Cell with a Map

Name all the parts of the animal eukaryotic cell displayed in this drawing made by me.
Please inform me about any mistakes or future quizzes that you might want to see next!
Nominations are welcome :)
Some structures are not present in every animal cell!
Quiz by Momillo
Last updated: June 24, 2021
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Cilia / Flagella
Golgi apparatus
Intermediate filaments
Nuclear envelope
Nuclear pore
Plasma membrane
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Level 75
Nov 20, 2020
You just got your first subscriber
Level 61
Nov 20, 2020
haha thank you :)
Level 51
Nov 20, 2020
And your 2nd! :)
Level 61
Nov 20, 2020
thanks Neil!
Level 59
Dec 5, 2020
And your 3rd!
Level 61
Dec 6, 2020
Wow I'm on a roll! Thanks Pandora you rule!!! <3
Level 71
Jun 22, 2021
This is a very nice quiz! I definitely think it deserves a feature.

A few suggestions:

1. Some better type-ins for endoplasmic reticulum would be nice. I'd really appreciate it if you accepted "Rough ER" and "Smooth ER"

2. I feel like if you have all of the parts of the cytoskeleton, it doesn't make sense to include "cytoskeleton" as a separate answer? Personally, I just assumed you weren't looking for that.

3. Microvilli aren't found on all animal cells. I think it's fine to include it, but in the description I'd add a caveat saying that one of the structures is specific to certain cell types.

Also, would you mind if I made something like this for plant cells?

Level 61
Jun 24, 2021
Hey Watson, thank you! I will add the type-ins and the caveat. I added cytoskeleton as a whole answer because that's how it is shown in many biology books and because not everyone knows about the different parts. I guess I made this quiz so people can learn about cells, it's not really about getting 100%.

I was planning to do one for plant cells and I will probably do it soon, but you can give it a try too!

Level 71
Jun 26, 2021
No problem, glad I could help! And your reasoning on keeping the cytoskeleton as is makes sense.

If you're doing one on plant cells, I'm fine with not doing it--I have plenty of other plans for quizzes, and I'm sure you could do a better job on it than me :)

Level 75
Jul 16, 2021
A great SVG! We do need more cool maps that are not geography related!

Oh and, you earned another sub :D

Level 61
Jul 16, 2021
thanks man I'll try to do more soon
Level 65
Jul 16, 2021
I took AP Bio and got a 5 on the exam last year, but only got 3 right on this.. I'm clearly rusty
Level 77
Jul 16, 2021
I also got a 5 in AP bio but still only got 9.

Granted that class was 10 years ago...

Level 75
Jul 16, 2021
I just finished bio IGCSE this year and started with AP bio, it's kinda tough :P
Level 64
Aug 24, 2022
pesonally i found the cilia/flagellum to be pretty ambiguous- not really very flagellum like- both are most commonly drawn to be very hairlike. flagella in particular have a very defined construction.

Also agree with removing cytoskeleton. if you have microtubules, microfilaments, and IFs, no need to have skeleton as well.

Level 61
Aug 24, 2022
Hey there! Yes, I agree the cillia/flagella should look more hair-like, I guess I was worried it would take to much space to make them longer when I first did it. Maybe I will try to change it.

I think it's nice to include cytoskeleton for people who do not know its individual parts, so I will keep it.

Thanks for the feedback.

Level 61
Aug 25, 2022
Also! You can check out my Parts of a Gram-Positive Bacterial Cell and Parts of a Gram-Negative Bacterial Cell quizzes, I think the design was better there :-)
Level 76
Jun 29, 2023
Great quiz.
Level 38
Jul 2, 2023
Is this what A level biology is gonna be like 😭