AQA GCSE Additional Biology - Life and cells.

Includes plant and animal cell similarities and differences, as well as how cells can form into an organism.

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GCSE AQA Biology

Life and cells
In biology cells are a need-to know topic.

Plants and animal cells have similarities and differences, they both have these:

1) Nucleus-The nucleus has genetic material which control
the activities of the cell.Cytoplasm-The cytoplasm is a
gel-like substance which contains enzymes; the enzymes…

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3)Chloroplasts- Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll which helps
photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is needed to make food for the plant.

Cells have structures that make them specialised to complete their function.
Similar cells group together to make a tissue. Tissues formed together create an
organ, and organs together create an organism, like you and…


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