1. What makes bacteria, viruses and red blood cells different to other cells?
- They have no nucleus
- They are all in the blood
- They have no purpose
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2. What function do guard cells have in a leaf?
- Contains the genetic information
- Controls water loss
- Stores sunlight
- Stops leaves getting diseases
3. After being digested by the stomach, where does food go next?
- Duodenum where it mixes with bile to neutralize the highly acidic food
- Pancreas where 3 enzymes, carbohydrase, protease and lipase, continue digestion
- Large intestine where water is absorbed from undigested food
- Liver where it mixes with bile to neutralize the highly acidic food
4. What shape are red blood cells?
- Sickle shaped (crescent moon shape) so they are distinct from white blood cells
- Flat to help them pass smoothly through the capillaries
- Concave to hold more oxygen
- Spherical so they can have a bigger nucleus
5. If the concentration of the solution inside the cell is the same as outside the cell, the solution is: