What did Paul know about Jesus?
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What did Paul know about Jesus?


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What did Paul know about Jesus? Gregory C. Jenks The formative period of earliest Christianity falls between the execution of Jesus in 30 CE and the destruction of Jerusalem by the Roman armies in 70 CE. The New Testament would suggest that during those forty years there was no more influential figure than Saul of Tarsus, best known in later Christian tradition as Paul the Apostle. But what did Paul actually know about Jesus? What part did such information play in his personal understanding of the post-Easter Jesus? Does the historical Paul provide any help for contemporary people wondering to what extent information about the pre-Easter Jesus is relevant to the
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BAL BHARATI PUBLIC SCHOOL, PITAMPURA, DELHI110034  CLASS9 BIOLOGYCORE ASSGMT  THEFUNDAMENTAL UNIT OF LIFE 1.Fill in the blanks: (a)New cells are formed from preexisting cells.
(b)Movement of water molecules from their higher concentration to their lower concentration through a semi permeable membrane is called Osmosis.
(c)The functional components of cell are plasma membrane, cytoplasm & nucleus.
(d)Protoplasm has two parts cytoplasm & nucleoplasm.
(e)Nucleus, mitochondria & plastids have their own DNA & ribosomes.
(f)The shrinkage or contraction of the contents of the cell away from the cell wall is known as plasmolysis.
(g)The process by which Amoeba can engulf a food particle is endocytosis.
(h)the manufacture of lipids required for making cell membrane.Biogenesis is
(i)A cell that lacks nuclear membrane is called a prokaryotic cell & the nuclear region is called nucleoid.
(j)Movement of materials in & out of the cell takes place by diffusion & osmosis.
2.What is the advantage of multicellularity over unicellularity?
Ans Division of labour.
3.What are the chromosomes made up of?
Ans DNA & proteins
4.A cell placed in a solution swells up. What kind of solution is it? Why does it happen?
Ans It is a hypotonic sol ution & water enters the cell by endosmosis causing the cell to swell up.
5.Why are lysosomes known as “suicidal bags”?
Ans Theysecrete powerful digestive enzymes to digest the worn out and damaged cell organelles as well as the cell itself when it loses its functional ability.
6.Why is the nucleus so significant in a cell?
Ans Nucleus has the following important functions (i)It controls all cell activities (ii)It contains hereditary material that transmits hereditary information from one generation to the next (iii)It helps in cell division 7.Differentiate between plant & animal cells.  PLANTCEL ANIMALCEL
cell wallSurrounded by 2 membrane & cell membrane.
Possess 3 types of plastid chloroplasts, chromoplasts, leucoplasts.
Do not possess lysosomes.
Nucleus is towards the periphery.
Centrioles are absent.
8.Draw neat & labeled diagrams of the following:
Surrounded only by cell / plasma membrane.
Do nt possess plastids.
Possess lysosomes.
Nucleus is in the centre.
Centrioles present & help in cell division.
(i)Typical plant cell
(ii)Typical animal cell
(iii)Prokaryotic cell
9.Give the major functions of the following cell organelles
(a)Endoplasmic reticulum
RER Synthesis of proteins as it has ribosomes attached to it
SER Synthesis of lipids required for making cell membrane
(b)Golgi apparatus
Storage & packaging of various products.
(c)Mitochondria  Productionof ATP(Adenosine Triphosphate) which is a source of energy. (d)Ribosomes  Proteinsynthesis (e)Golgi Apparatus  Storage& packaging of various products. (f)Lysosomes  Digestionof worn out & damaged organelles
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