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B1 Biology
Cells B2
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DNA


Enzy
mes Science
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Chemistry
Physics
Cells - basic units of life in which many chemical reactions needed to sustain life.
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Complete the diagrams - adding notes on the
functions of each organelle
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Mitochondria
Organelles in which respiration takes place. Oxygen and glucose react together to release energy needed by the cell
Plant and animal cells

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1

Bacterial Cells
Bacteria are single celled organisms that are much smaller
than animal or plant cells.
Describe the function of the components of the bacterial cell
Chromosomal DNA - giant loop of DNA; contains most of the genetic material; it
is not neatly packaged inside…

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1

Microscopes
Microscopes are used to magnify small 'stuff' and allow us to study them in detail.
Light microscope
Electron microscope
· x1500 (combination of eye piece and objective lens)
· require light to reflect off the specimen
· x2000000
· invented in 1930's
· uses…

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1

B1 Biology
Cells B2
Topic 1
DNA


Enzy
mes Science
B3
Topic 2 Topic 3

Chemistry
Physics
Cells - basic units of life in which many chemical reactions needed to sustain life.
1

Page 3

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1

Complete the diagrams - adding notes on the
functions of each organelle
2

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1
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Mitochondria
Organelles in which respiration takes place. Oxygen and glucose react together to release energy needed by the cell
Plant and animal cells

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1

Bacterial Cells
Bacteria are single celled organisms that are much smaller
than animal or plant cells.
Describe the function of the components of the bacterial cell
Chromosomal DNA - giant loop of DNA; contains most of the genetic material; it
is not neatly packaged inside…

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Biology 2BIO1 B2 Topic 1

Microscopes
Microscopes are used to magnify small 'stuff' and allow us to study them in detail.
Light microscope
Electron microscope
· x1500 (combination of eye piece and objective lens)
· require light to reflect off the specimen
· x2000000
· invented in 1930's
· uses…

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