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1. What are the main differences between animals and plants?


2. What are the main sense organs in the human body?

3. How do people get the energy they need to…

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1. What are the main differences between animals and plants?


2. What are the main sense organs in the human body?

3. How do people get the energy they need to survive?

4. What is the process plants use to make their food?…

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1. What are the main differences between animals and plants?

Plant cells have a cell wall, animals do not.
Plants make their own food, animals eat food.
Animals move all their body, plants move parts only.

Plants move slowly, animals quickly.

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2. What are the main sense organs in the human body?




Skin
Eye Nose Ear
Tongue

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3. How do people get the energy they need to survive?

By mitochondria releasing energy from glucose
using the process of respiration.

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4. What is the process plants use to make their food?



Photosynthesis

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5. Why do humans and animals need to breathe?


To get the oxygen needed for
respiration and to remove
carbon dioxide.

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The nervous system

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Central Nervous System

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lisa linsdell

Some good revision notes on the nervous system for foundation level, also some good diagrams and notes on parts of the eye.

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