Cell Structure and Organisation

Organelle
A specialised structure with a specific function inside a cell.
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Plasmodesmata
Fine strands of cytoplasm that extend through pores in plant cell walls, connecting the cytoplasm of one cell with that of another.
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Prokaryotes
An organism that has no membrane-bound organelles, such as a nucleus.
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Eukaryotes
An organism with cells containing membrane-bound organelles, including a nucleus.
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Tissue
A group of cells working together with a common function, structure and origin in the embryo.
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Organ
A group of tissues working together with the same overall function.
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Magnification
The number of times an image is bigger than the object from which it is derived.
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Fine strands of cytoplasm that extend through pores in plant cell walls, connecting the cytoplasm of one cell with that of another.

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Plasmodesmata

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An organism that has no membrane-bound organelles, such as a nucleus.

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An organism with cells containing membrane-bound organelles, including a nucleus.

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A group of cells working together with a common function, structure and origin in the embryo.

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