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What are the 3 main structures of an animal cell?
Nucleus- containing DNA in the form of chromosomes. Cell membrane - holds the cell together and controls what goes in and out. Cytoplasm - Which is a gel-like substance where most of the cells chemical reaction takes place.
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What are the other 2 structures of an animal cell?
Ribosomes- where proteins are synthesised. Mitochondira - where most reactions involved in respiration take place. cells that need lots of energy - liver and muscle cells.
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What are the 6 structures of a plant cell?
Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Cell membrane, Cell wall, Vacuole and Chloroplasts.
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What are the jobs of chloroplasts, cell wall and vacuole?
Chloroplasts- where photosynthesis happens. Cell wall- made of cellulose and supports the cell. Vacuole - relatively large structure that contains cell sap, a weak solution of sugar and salts.
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What are the 3 structures of a bacterial cell?
Cytoplasm, Cell wall, Cell membrane.
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What are the differences of a bacterial cell to an animal and plant cell?
Bacterial cells don't have chloroplasts or mitochondria. they don' have a nucleus instead they have a single circular strand of DNA which floats freely in the cytoplasm.
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