Plant cell organelles

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  • Created by: wierdo09
  • Created on: 13-05-13 20:02

1. What is Mitochondria?

  • It's where respiration takes place.
  • It controls how substances enter and leave the cell.
  • Where many chemical reactions take place.
  • Where photosynthesis takes place.
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2. What is an organelle?

  • It is a specialized structure within a cell that is adapted to perform a specific function.
  • It gives the instructions to a cell to tell it what to do.
  • It is a hard wall that helps to support the wight of the plant.
  • It is a characteristic that is visible and does not change, like an eye colour.

3. Photosynthesis is the process where plants make their won food using sunlight. Identify where this process takes place.

  • In the vacuole.
  • In the chloroplasts located in the leaf.
  • In the cytoplasm.
  • In the nucles

4. What is a nucleus?

  • It provides shape and strength to the wall.
  • It provides exptra support fot the cell
  • It contains genetic information that control the activities of the cell.
  • It is where respiration takes place.

5. What is a cell membrane?

  • It contains genetic information that controls the activities of the cell.
  • It controls how substances enter and leave the cell.
  • It provides shape and strength to the cell.
  • It is where photosynthesis takes place.

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lisa linsdell

Multi choice questions on this topic. Can be used as flash cards too. A good revision resource.

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