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What happens in the ribosomes?
protein synthesis
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What are the functions of the cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus and the cell wall?
CM=controls movement in&out, Cyto= most chemical reactions take place(enzymes), nuc=contains genetic material-controls actives of the cell and CW=strengthens the cell
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True or false?- Both animal and plant cells contain; nucleus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, mitochondria and ribosomes?
True
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What is function of mitochondria?
Most energy is released by photosynthesis here
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In plants cells , what do chloroplasts and the permanent vacuole do?
chloroplasts- contain chlorophyll,absorb light energy for photosynthesis and the vacuole is filled with cell sap, keeps cell turgid(swollen with water)
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What is a bacterial cell?
single celled organism, cytoplasm, membrane and cell wall. genetic material not in a nucleus
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What is a yeast cell?
single celled organism, cytoplasm, membrane, cell wall and nucleus.
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what is a specialised cell?
a cell specialised to carry out a particular function- e.g sperm , fertilises an egg
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What are the functions of the cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus and the cell wall?

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What is function of mitochondria?

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