Animal and Plant cells

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What are the 5 parts of the animal cell?
Cell membrane, Mitochondria, Cytoplasm, Nucleus, Ribosomes.
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What are the 8 parts of the plant cell?
Cell membrane, Mitochondria, Cytoplasm, Nucleus, Ribosomes, Cellulose Cell wall, Chloroplasts, Permanent Vacuole.
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What does a Cell membrane do?
It controls the movement of substances in to and out of the cell.
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What does the Mitochondria do?
This is where the Oxygen is used and most of the energy is released during respiration.
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What does the Cytoplasm do?
This is where the chemical reactions needed for life occur in this liquid gel.
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What does the Nucleus do?
It controls all activities of the cell and contains the genes on chromosomes.
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What do the Ribosomes do?
All the proteins needed for the cell are synthesised (made) here.
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What does the Cellulose Cell Wall do?
It is made of cellulose and forms a rigid non-living box around the cell to strengthen and provide support.
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What do the Chloroplasts do?
They contain Chlorophyll, a green pigment that absorbs light energy to make food by photosynthesis.
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What does the Permanent Vacuole do?
It is a large space containing cell sap, it helps to keep the cells rigid to support the plant.
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