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What structures does the cytoplasm of all cells contain?
ribosomes on rough endoplasmic reticulum and vesicles
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what do all cells (except prokaryotes) have?
Mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulums
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Where does aerobic respiration occur?
in Mitochondria
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What do cells with a high rate of metabolism require?Why?
They require large numbers of mitochondria to provide sufficient energy
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state why ciliated cells are needed
for movement of mucus in the trachea and bronchi
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state why root hair cells are needed
absorbtion
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state why xylem vessels are needed
for conduction and support (of a plant)
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state why palisade mesphoyll cells are needed
for photosynthesis
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state why nerve cells are needed
for the conduction of impulses
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state why red blood cells are needed
for the transport of oxygen
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state why sprem and egg cells are needed
for reproduction
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define tissue, give an example
a group of cells with similar structures working together to perform a shared function e.g muscular tissue
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define organ, give an example
a structure made up of a group of tissues working together to perform specific functions e.g stomach
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define organ system give an example
a group of organs with related functions working together to perform body functions e.g the digestive system
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what is the equation to calculate magnification?
magnification=
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