B2.1

From the building blocks of cells

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What 4 organelles do plant and animal cells have in common
nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, mitochondria
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what 3 organelles do plant cells have that animal cells dont
cellulose cell wall, large vacoule, chloroplasts
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Function: Nucleus
contain the DNA to code for proteins
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Function: Cytoplasm
jelly like substance where reactions take place
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Function: Cell membrane
control what enters and leaves the cell
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Function: Mitochondria
where respiration takes place
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Function: cell wall
to maintain structure and protect cell
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Function: vacoule
contains sap to maintain rigid structure
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Function: chloroplasts
contains chlorophyll for photosynthesis
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Bacterial cell organelles
Chromosomal DNA, plasmids, cell wall, flagellum
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Function: chromosomal loop
single loop of genetic information
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Function: plasmid
small DNA loops for additional genes
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Function: flagellum
whip like tail for movement
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Maximum light microscope magnification
x2000
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maximum electron microscope magnification
x 10 million
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magnification=
image length / actual length
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DNA shape and structure
double helix held together by weak hydrogen bonds
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Complimentary base pairs
Adenine with Thymine, Cytosine with Guanine
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what 3 organelles do plant cells have that animal cells dont

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cellulose cell wall, large vacoule, chloroplasts

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Function: Nucleus

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Function: Cytoplasm

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Function: Cell membrane

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