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What is an arthropod with six pairs of legs likely to be?
crustacean
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The leaves on a certain plant has parallel veins. What type of plant is this?
A plant with parallel veins in its leaves will be a monocotyledon.
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In fungi, what is the cell wall made from?
Fungi have cell walls made of chitin
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what is the coating on a virus cell made from?
Viruses have a protein coat
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Describe the difference between amoeba and chlorella cells
Amoeba lives in pond water and has features like an animal cell. Chlorella has features like a plant cell, including chloroplasts.
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What problem does tobacco mosaic virus cause?
Tobacco mosaic virus causes discolouring of tobacco leaves. It does this by preventing the formation of chloroplasts in the leaves.
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What do animals, fungi and viruses have in common?
Animals, fungi and viruses cannot carry out photosynthesis.
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What is the correct order of levels of organisation in organisms, from least complex to most complex?
organelles → cells → tissues → organs → organ systems.
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In plants, what are leaves examples of?
Leaves are organs.
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Which part of a cell contains the genetic material?
The nucleus contains the genetic material, DNA.
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What is a function of the vacuole in a plant cell?
The vacuole in a plant cell keeps the cell turgid
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What structure does a plant cell have but an animal cell does not have?
Plant cells have a permanent vacuole but animal cells do not.
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What is diffusion?
Diffusion is the overall movement of particles from high to low concentration
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Which process is responsible for gas exchange in the lungs?
Diffusion is responsible for gas exchange
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What is osmosis?
the overall movement of water is from a region of high water concentration (low solute concentration) to a region of low water concentration (high solute concentration),
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Which process needs carrier proteins in the cell membrane?
Active transport needs carrier proteins
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Which process happens against a concentration gradient?
Active transport happens against a concentration gradient,
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