B4 Cells.

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What are the things which keep us alive?
Movement, Respiration, Sensitivity, Circulation, Growth, Reproduction, Excretion, Nutrition.
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What are the features of an animal cell?
Cell membrane, Cytoplasm, Nucleur Membrane, Nucleus, Ribosomes, Mitochondria.
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What is the job of the cell membrane?
Control what goes in/out of cell. Keeps it's shape.
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What is the nucleus?
Control center. Holds the instructions to make different proteins.
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What do Ribosomes do?
Synthesise proteins.
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What do Mitochondria do?
Aerobic respiration takes place here.
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What are the features of a plant cell?
Cell wall, Nucleus, Vacuole, Membrane, Mitochondria, Ribosomes, Chloroplasts.
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What is a Vacuole?
Contains cell sack (mostly water, sugars + salts.)
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What is the job of a cell wall?
Protection, structure.
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What is a cell wall made of?
Cellulose.
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What is the job of Chloroplasts?
Catch energy from sunlight - photosynthesis.
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What are the features of a Yeast Cell?
Cell wall, Cell membrane, Vacuole, Nucleus, Cytoplasm.
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What is Cytoplasm?
Gel-like liquid where proteins are made. Mainly water.
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What are the features of a Bacteria Cell?
Membrane, Cell wall, DNA, Flagella, Ribosomes, Cytoplasm.
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What is the job of a Flagella?
Helps it to swim.
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What process takes place in Cytoplasm?
Respiration.
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