Cells, Transport and Movement

  • Cells and organelles
  • Comparison of plant and animal cells
  • Diffusion, osmosis and active transport
  • Turgidity and Turgor Pressure
  • Surface area : Volume Ratio
  • Investigating types of movement
  • Transport in unicellular organisms
  • Transport in multicellular organisms
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Levels of Organisation
Cells contain organelles (tiny structure within cells), these cells are often specialized e.g. red blood cells (biconcave disc shape); similar cells are organised into tissues; tissues are organised into organs; organs make up organ systems
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Typical Animal Cell
Nucleus; organelle which contains genetic material that controls the cell, Cell Membrane; forms the outer surface of the cell, controls the substances that go in and out, Cytoplasm; gel-like substance, chemical reactions take place, contains enzymes
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Typical Plant Cell
All the organelles that animals have plus a few more
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Cells are Specialized
Cells are specialized to carry out a particular function
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Similar Cells are Organised into Tissues
a tissue is a group of similar cells that work together to carry out a particular function
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Nucleus; organelle which contains genetic material that controls the cell, Cell Membrane; forms the outer surface of the cell, controls the substances that go in and out, Cytoplasm; gel-like substance, chemical reactions take place, contains enzymes

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Typical Animal Cell

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All the organelles that animals have plus a few more

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Cells are specialized to carry out a particular function

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a tissue is a group of similar cells that work together to carry out a particular function

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