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The differences between plant and animal cells

The differences between a plant and an animal cell are:

- that a plant cell has a cell wall

- an animal cell doesn't.

- A plant cell has a large sap and a cellulose, both of those are in plant cells not animals cells.

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The 8 Characteristics of Living Things

The 8 chracteristics go into a pattern. MRS GREN.

Movement- Animals/ Plants moving to get them selves into a better position.

Reproduction- The producting of offspring

Sensitivity- Responding and reacting to the enviroment

Growth - Growing larger and stronger

Respiration - Turning food into energy

Excretion- Getting rid of waste products

Nutrition - Having food and material in soil


 


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