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What do most animal cells have?
They have a nucleus, cytoplasm, a cell membrane, mitochondria and ribosomes.
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What is the job of the nucleus in a cell?
To control the cell's activities.
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What is the job of cytoplasm in a cell?
Where many chemical reactions take place.
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What is the job of the cell membrane in a cell?
Control the movement of materials in and out of the cell.
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What is the job of mitochondria in a cell?
Where energy is released during aerobic respiration.
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What is the job of ribosomes in a cell?
Where protein synthesis takes place.
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Plant and Algal cells contain everything in an animal cell plus what other things?
A cell wall, chloroplasts and a permanent vacuole.
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In plant and algal cells what does the cell wall do?
It supports the plant and gives it shape (made of cellulose)
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In plant and algal cells what do the chloroplasts do?
They contain chlorophyll for photosynthesis and absorb light energy for food.
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In plant and algal cells what does the vacuole do?
Contains cell sap
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Why are plant cells different to human cells?
Because they have many different functions.
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