B2 Topic 1.1 Cells and microscopy

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  • Created by: jjhu01
  • Created on: 18-02-14 15:21

Okay so you know that there are animal cells and plant cells.
Both cells have similarities and differences...
(http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/images/aqaaddsci_06.gif)
The similarities include:

The nucleus: Found inside the cytoplasm which contains the DNA of that cell whilst also controlling what the cell does (etc movement)
Cytoplasm: Is the gel like substance where most of the chemical reactions take place/
Cell membrane: Holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out of it.
Mitochondria: Respirartion for the cell (where energy is released)  

These can be found in both the animal and plant cells^

Although, plant cells are more complex.. they have different parts that an animal cell does not:

They have all the above and: 
A cell wall: This is

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