Cells and organisation

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1. What is a disadvantage of specialisation ?

  • Cells become so specialised that they cannot take on other roles and take the function of those lost.
  • cells no longer respond.
  • Cells denature. Not die but denature
  • Active Transport takes place in the cell, causing the cells to respond slow, which means they work to slowly.
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2. What are three structures found in a plant celll that are not found in a animal cell ?

  • Cytoplasm, Cell wall, membrane.
  • Ribsomes, Cell Wall, Vacuole.
  • Cell Wall, Permanent Vacuole,Chloroplast.
  • Chloroplast, Cytoplasm, Permanent Vacuole.

3. Where are Ribsoomes found ?

  • Cytoplasm
  • Cell Membrane
  • Cell Wall
  • Nucleus

4. What level of organisation are leaves and the brain ?

  • Nerves
  • Organs
  • Tissue
  • Cells

5. What is the main function of cell Sap?

  • To make the roots rigid.
  • To support the plant.
  • To support the cell.
  • To strengthen the stem.


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