Biology 2a - Cells, Organs and Populations

CELLS

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What features does an animal cell have?
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Cell membrane, Mitochondria and Ribosomes
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What features does a plant cell have?
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Cell membrane, Mitochondria and Ribosomes, Chloroplasts, Cell wall and Permanent
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What features does a yeast cell have?
Cell membrane, Cell wall, Nucleus and Cytoplasm
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What features does a bacteria cell have?
Cell wall, Cytoplasm, Cell membrane and Genetic material
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Mitochondria (plant & animal)
These are where most of the reactions for respiration take place. Respiration releases energy that the cell needs to work.
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Nucleus (plant & animal)
Contains genetic material that controls the activities of the cell.
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Cytoplasm (plant & animal)
Gel - like substance where most of the chemical reactions happen. It contains enzymes that control these chemical reactions.
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Cell membrane (plant & animal)
Holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out.
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Ribosomes (plant & animal)
These are where proteins are made in the cell.
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Chloroplasts (plant)
These are where photosynthesis occurs, which makes food for the plant. They contain a green substance called chlorophyll.these
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Permanent vacuole (plant)
Contains cell sap, a weak solution of sugar and salt.
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Cell wall (plant)
Made of cellulose. It supports the cell and strengthens it.
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