B2 - Cells, Organs and Populations

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Name five parts of a cell that both plant and animal cells have. What three things do plant cells have that animal cells don't?
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Cell membrane, Mitochondria, Ribosomes. 1) Cell wall 2) Vacuole 3) Chloroplasts
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Where is the genetic material found in: a) Bacterial cells b) Animal cells
a) Cytoplasm b) Nucleus
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What is diffusion?
The gradual movement of particles from places where there are lots of them to where there are fewer
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Name three substances that can diffuse through cell membranes and two that can't
Oxygen, Glucose and Amino acids
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Give three ways that a palisade leaf cell is adapted for photosynthesis
1) It is packed with chloroplasts - nearer the light 2) Tall shape means a lot fo surface area 3) Thin shape means that meany can be packed together where photosynthesis happens
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Write down the equation for photosynthesis
Carbon dioxide + water ---> Glucose + oxygen
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What is the green substance in leaves that absorbs sunlight
Chlorophyll
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Name the three factors tat can limit the rate of photosynthesis
Temperature, Light and Carbon dioxide
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Explain why it is important that a plant doesn't get too hot
If a plant gets too hot the enzymes needed for photosynthesis
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Describe three things that a gardener could do to make sure the
1) Increase the level of carbon dioxide 2) Keep the plants enclosed
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Why is glucose turned into starch when plants need to store it for
It is stored in roots, stems and leaves ready to use for photosynthesis
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Write down four ways that plants can use the glucose pro
1) Respiration 2) Making cell walls 3) making proteins 4) Store
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What is a habitat
It is a place where and organism lives
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Give five environmental factors that can affect the distribution
Temperature, Availability of water, availability of oxygen/CO2,
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How could you fin out how common an organism is in two sa
Use a quadrat
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Describe on way of using a transect to find out how an organism
Mark out a line, Collect the data, Count the organisms, Place at
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Give three ways that a palisade leaf cell is adapted for photosynthesis
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Where is the genetic material found in: a) Bacterial cells b) Animal cells

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What is diffusion?

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Name three substances that can diffuse through cell membranes and two that can't

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