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What is the function of a cell's nucleus?
The nucleus controls the activities of the cell. An individual cell does not have a brain.
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What is the function of the ribosomes?
To act as the site for protein synthesis
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found in plant cells but not in animal cells?
Cell wall
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Which part is missing from human red blood cells?
Nucleus
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What is diffusion?
The movement of particles from high concentration to low concentration
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Which change would NOT speed up diffusion in an animal cell?
Making the cell membrane thinner and moving the blood supply closer would speed up diffusion.
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Which substance moves out of respiring cells?
Carbon dioxide moves out of respiring cells. Oxygen moves into respiring cells.
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How are bacterial cells different from animal cells?
Bacterial cells have a cell wall and no nucleus; animal cells have a nucleus but no cell wall.
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How are yeast cells different from bacterial cells?
Yeast cells have a nucleus but bacterial cells do not. Yeast cells and bacterial cells do not have vacuoles
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