Cells, Specialised Cells and Cell organisation.

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What does a nucleus do?
Contains genetic material that controls cell activities.
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What are the other parts in an animal cell or plant cell?
Cytoplasm (chemical reactions happen), Cell membrane (holds the cell together+controls what's in and out), Mitochondria (respiration to release energy) and Ribosomes (makes proteins)
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What extra bits does a plant cell have?
Cell wall (celluse to supports cell and strengthens it), Permanent vacuole (cell sap), Chloroplasts (photosynthesis, contains chlorophyll)
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Name two single-celled organisms.
Yeast and Bacteria. Bacteria doesn't have a nucleus.
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Name four specialised cells.
Palisade leaf cells, Guard cells, Red blood cells, Sperm and Egg cells.
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What's a tissue?
A tissue is a group of similar cells that work together to carry out a particular function. It can include more than one cell type.
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Examples of tissues in humans.
Muscular tissue- in stomach to churn food. Glandular tissue- makes digestive juices. Epithelial tissue- covers outside and inside of stomach.
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What does the digestive organ system consist of?
Glands, stomach and small intestine, liver, large intestine.
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What extra bits does a plant cell have?

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