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What is contained in an animal cell?
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Cell membrane, Ribosomes, Mitochondria
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What extra features does a plant cell contain?
Cell Wall, Permanent Vacole, Chloroplasts, Chlorophyll
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Simularities between a Yeast and Bacterial cell
Both single-celled microorganisms. Both contain Cytoplasm, Cell membrane and a cell wall
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Differences between a Yeast and Bacterial cell
Yeast cell has a nucleus where as a Bacterial cell has genetic material floating around in the cytoplasm because it has no nucleus.
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Nucleus
Contains genetic information that controls all activities of the cell.
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Cytoplasm
Where most of the chemical reactions happen.
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Cell membrane
Holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out.
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Ribosomes
Proteins made in the cell.
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Mitochondria
Where most of the reactions for respiration takes place.
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Cell wall
Made of Cellulose. Supports and strengthens.
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Chloroplasts
Where photosynthesis occurs, makes food for the plant. Contains a green substance called Chlorophyll.
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Permanent Vacuole
Contains cell sap - weak solution of sugar and salts.
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What extra features does a plant cell contain?

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Simularities between a Yeast and Bacterial cell

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Differences between a Yeast and Bacterial cell

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Nucleus

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