Biology Unit 2

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What does the nucleus do in an animal cell?
Contains the genetic material that controls the activities of the cell
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What does the cytoplasm do? (animal cell)
Gel like substance where most of the chemical reactions happen. It contains enzymes that control these chemical rectons
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What does the cell membrane do? (animal cell)
Holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out
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What does the mitochondria do? (animal cell)
Where most of the reactions take place for respiration.
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What do the ribosomes do? (animal cell)
Where protein is made in the cell
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What does the rigid cell wall do? (plant cell)
Supports the cell and strengthens it. Made of cellulose
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What does the permanent vacuole do? (plant cell)
Contains cell sap and a weak solution of sugar and salts.
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What does the chloroplast do? (plant cell)
Where photosynthesis occurs , which makes food for the plant. Contain a green substance called chlorophyll
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What is yeast?
Microorganism. It is a single celled organism.
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What does the yeast cell have?
A nucleus , cytoplasm , cell membrane surrounded by a cell wall.
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What are bacteria?
A single celled microorgansim
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What does a bacteria cell have?
cytoplasm , cell membrane , cell wall
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What don't bacteria cells have?
A nucleus because the genetic material floats in the cytoplasm
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Gel like substance where most of the chemical reactions happen. It contains enzymes that control these chemical rectons

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Where most of the reactions take place for respiration.

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