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2. Why do red blood cells not have a Nucleus?

  • To absorb sunlight
  • So it is stronger
  • More space to carry oxygen
  • Respiration is produced quicker

3. What is a specialised cell?

  • A cell that has a certain function.
  • A cell that builds protiens
  • A cell that controls the nucleus
  • A cell that controls the energy from respiration

4. What does the Nucleus do?

  • Controls what leaves and enters the cell
  • Controls cell activity and Cell Centre
  • Creates strength and support
  • All Chemical Reactions and Salt Levels

5. Which of these cells are Single-celled organisms?

  • Bacterial & Yeast cells
  • Yeast & Plant cells
  • Animal & plant cells
  • Guard & Red Blood cells


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