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1. Name and label the
cells and their
2. What are the functions
of each organelle?
3. What is a cell?…read more

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1. Animal Cell X
­ Plasma membrane
Y ­ Cytoplasm
Z - Nucleus
2. Functions:
2. Nucleus ­ controls cellular activity and contains
genetic material
3. Membrane ­ covers the outside of the cell controlling
movement into and out of the cell
4. Cytoplasm ­ where most chemical reactions occur
5. Cell Wall ­ Strengthens the cell Plant Cell
6. Chloroplast ­ contains chlorophyll which absorbs light
energy for photosynthesis
7. Permanent vacuole ­ filled with cell sap to help keep
the cell turgid
3. Cells are the basic unit of all living organisms…read more

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Unicellular ­ organisms with only one cell i.e. All living things meet the MRS
bacteria NERG criteria (which are life
· Multicellular ­ organisms that are made up of processes)
more than one cell
· Eukaryotic ­ Cells with a true nucleus and are M movement
membrane-bound R respiration
· Prokaryotic ­ Cells without a true nucleus (i.e.
bacteria have a loop of DNA) and are not
S sensitivity
membrane-bound. N nutrition
· Ultrastructure ­ the structure that can be E excretion
seen through an (electron) microscope
This is made up of cytoplasm, cytosol,
R reproduction
cell surface/plasma membrane and G growth
organelles There are 3 types of cells,
· Organelles ­ parts of the cell; each have a - Bacterial cells (prokaryotic)
specific function - Animal cells (eukaryotic)
- Plant cells (eukaryotic)…read more

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Is not classified as living because it doesn't
include the 7 life processes (MRS NERG)
Example: Ebola…read more

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