Biology-Cells

Biology Paper 1

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  • Created on: 02-02-18 16:34
What are eukaryotic cells?
Complex cells. All animal and plant cells are eukaryotic.
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What are prokaryotic cells?
Smaller cells. Bacteria are prokaryotic cells.
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What are the different parts of a cell called?
Subcellular structures.
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What are the different parts of an animal cell?
Nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, mitochondria, ribosomes
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What is the nucleus?
Contains genetic material. The genetic material controls what the cells does.
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What is the cytoplasm?
Where most of the chemical reactions happen.
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What is the cell membrane?
Controls what goes in and out of the cell.
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What is the mitochondria?
Where most aerobic respiration happens. Respiration transfers energy that the cell needs to work.
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What is the ribosomes?
These are where proteins are made in the cell.
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What is in a plant cell?
Nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, mitochondria, ribosomes, cell wall, vacuole, chloroplasts.
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What is the cell wall?
Made of cellulose. It supports the cell and strengthens it.
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What is the vacuole?
Contains cell sap.
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What is the chloroplasts?
Where photosynthesis happens. Photosynthesis makes food for the plant.
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What is in a bacteria cell?
Cell wall, cell membrane, cytoplasm, single loop of DNA, plasmids
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Why do bacteria cells have DNA?
Because bacteria don't have a 'true' nucleus.
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What is the plasmids?
Small rings of extra DNA.
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