1. What are bacterial cells like?
- They are single celled organisms that are much smaller than animal and plant cells. DConsists of cytoplasm and a membrane surrounded by a cell wall. The genes are not in a distinct nucleus.
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2. Give 5 reasons to be in favour of using embryonic stem cells.
- 3) Embryos are being created from adult cells in use in research - they would never be babies
- 5) Emryonic stem cells could be used to grow new tissues and organs for transplants.
- ) It may be possible to use embryonic stem cells from the umbillical cords of newborn babies.
- ) They give one of the best chances of finding treatments for different and often serious conditions.
- The embyos used are generally spare ones from infertility treatment and would be destroyed anyway.
3. Explain the structure and function of the cytoplasm
- Structures in the cytoplasm where oxygen is used and most of the energy is released during respiration
- A liquid gel in which most of the chemical reactions needed for life take place.
- chemical reactions used to take life
- its in your gene, gives u a life
4. Explain the function of the cell membrane.
- its a gene
- Controls the passage of substances into and out of the cell.
- controls the amount of air
- the cell membrane eat your fat
5. Are human cells the same as other animal cells?
- Most human cells are like most other animal cells and contain a nucleus, cytoplasm, membrane, mitochondria and ribosomes.