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By: Peter Brookes

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Food Chains and Cycles
Enzymes and Digestion
Cell Division
Inheritance…read more

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All animals and plants are made of cells.
Animal cells and plant cells have
features in common, such as a nucleus,
cytoplasm, cell membrane,
mitochondria and ribosomes.
Plant cells also have a cell wall, and
often have chloroplasts and a
permanent vacuole.
Cells may be specialised to carry out a
particular function.…read more

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Parts of Cells
Part Function
Nucleus Contains genetic material, which
controls the activities of the cell.
Cytoplasm Most chemical processes take
place here, controlled by enzymes.
Cell Membrane Controls the movement of
substances into and out of the cell.
Mitochondria Most energy is released by
respiration here.
Ribosomes Protein synthesis happens here.…read more

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Extra Parts of Plant Cells
Part Function
Cell Wall Strengthens the cell.
Chloroplasts Contains chlorophyll, which
absorbs light energy for
Permanent Vacuole Filled with sap to keep the cell
turgid.…read more

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