Cell Transporation

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  • Created on: 22-05-16 18:57

1. What is an adaptation of pallisade cell?

  • Contains chloroplasts to absorb light, thin walls
  • Small, long and tim to make movement easier
  • Hair like projections to increase surface area so more water can be absorbed
  • Thin outer wall and thick inner wall, in light will absorb water to become turgid
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2. What differentiation doesn't happen in the Canbium

  • Neutrophils get lysomes with enzymes to digest bacteria
  • Xylem elongate and waterproof with deposits of lignin, with ends of the wall breaking down
  • Phloem elongate, the ends partially breaking down

3. What is not a adaptation of a spermatozoan?

  • Sperm head contains an acrosome to break down the egg cell
  • Nucleus has half the number of chromosomes to fuse with the egg
  • Small, long and tim to make movement easier
  • Contains chloroplasts to absorb light
  • Many mitochondria to provide energy for the micro tubules to move the tail

4. What differentiation doesn't happen in the bone marrow?

  • Xylem elongate and end walls break down to
  • Neutrophils get multi lobed nucleus
  • Neutrophils get lysomes with enzymes to digest bacteria

5. What is not true about epithelial tissue?

  • Can be column shaped
  • Ciliated epithelium is found in bronchi and oviducts
  • Forms layers and linings
  • Found mostly in lower regions of the brain
  • held in place by a basement membrane made of collagen and glycoproteins secreted by the cells underneath
  • Squamous Epithelium form thin flat surfaces in alveoli and blood vessels

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