(B2) Additional Biology: Cells

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Name all of the parts that animal and human cells have
Nucleus Cytoplasm Cell membrane. Mitochondria Ribosomes
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Describe what the nucleus cytoplasm and cell membrane do
Nucleus: contains DNA that controls the activities of the cell. Cytoplasm gel like substance where most of the chemical reactions happen. Cell membrane: holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out.
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What does mitochondria and ribosomes do
Mitochondria: This is where most of the energy for respiration is released. Ribosomes: This is where proteins are made in the cell.
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Plant cells have all the things that animal cells have what are the extra things
Cell wall: made of cellulose strengthens the cell. Cell vacuole: contains cell sap. Chloroplasts: Absorb light energy to make food for the plant.
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What parts does a yeast cell have
Cell wall, cell membrane, cytoplasm and a nucleus
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What parts does a bacterial cell have
Cell wall, cell membrane cytoplasm and DNA; the DNA floats in the cytoplasm
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