2a and 2b Organisation and cell structure

This focuses on the organisation of cell structure. Cell structure in plants and animals. Cell functions. Differences between plant and animal cells. 

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  • Organelles.
  • Tissue.
  • Organs.
  • Systems.
  • Organisms.
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Cell structure

Animal cell contains a nucleus, cell membrane and cytoplasm.

Plant cell contains a cell wall, nucleus, vacoule, cytoplasm, cell membrane and chloroplast.

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Cell Functions

Cell membrane=Control what goes in ad out of a cell.

Nucleus= Contol what the cell does and how it develops.

Cytoplasm= In the cytoplasm the chemical reations take place.

Chloroplast= This is the part where phtosynthesis occurs.

Vacoule= This is where molecules are stored like amino acids and sugars. 

Cell wall= The cell wall provides support and protection to the cell. 

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Plant and Animal cells

Plant and animal cells both contain a nucleus, cytoplasm and a cell membrane.
Futhermore a plant cell also contains of a cell wall, vocoule and chloroplast.

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