AQA cell division 4.1.2

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1. What is the function of the cell wall

  • Filled with cell sap
  • Rigid wall of cellulose that gives a cell its shape and strength
  • Absorb light energy which is used to make sugar in photosynthesis
  • Controls the activities of the cell and contains the genetic material.
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2. All organisms are made of

  • More than one cell
  • One or more cells
  • One cell
  • No cells

3. What is the function of the cytoplasm

  • Most of the cells reactions take place here.
  • Controls the passage of substances into and out of the cell
  • Aerobic respiration takes place here.
  • Controls the activities of the cell and contains the genetic material.

4. What is the function of the chloroplasts

  • Absorb light energy which is used to make sugar in photosynthesis
  • Where protein synthesis occurs
  • Controls the passage of substances into and out of the cell
  • Aerobic respiration takes place here.

5. What is the function of the nucleus

  • Where protein synthesis occurs
  • Filled with cell sap
  • Controls the activities of the cell and contains the genetic material.
  • Absorb light energy which is used to make sugar in photosynthesis

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