ADD BIO: Specialised Cells

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Why does a palisade leaf cell have lots of chloroplasts?
For photosynthesis.
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Why does a palisade leaf cell have a tall shape?
Gives a large surface area for absorbing CO².
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Why does a palisade leaf cell have a thin shape?
Means you can pack more cells in at the top of the leaf.
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Is blood a - cell, tissue, organ, organ system or organism?
Tissue.
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Is the eye a - cell, tissue, organ, organ system or organism?
Organ.
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Why does a palisade leaf cell have a tall shape?

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Gives a large surface area for absorbing CO².

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Why does a palisade leaf cell have a thin shape?

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Is blood a - cell, tissue, organ, organ system or organism?

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Is the eye a - cell, tissue, organ, organ system or organism?

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