Biology GCSE

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  • Created on: 18-05-11 08:37


All animal and plants are made of cells. they have some parts in common such as cell membrane, mitochondria, nucleus, cytoplasm and ribosomes. Plant cells also feature cell wall, chloroplasts and a permanent vacuole. All cells may be specialized to a particular function.different parts of a cell have different functions. the nucleus contains genetic material and it controls what happens in the cell. the cytoplasm is where the chemical processes take place and where enzymes are found. the cell membrane it controls what enters and exits the cell. the mitochondria is where energy is released by respiration and ribosomes is where protein synthesis. some smallest living organisms are made up of a single cell, while larger ones are made up of a lot of them and…


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