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What are chloroplasts?
Chloroplasts are a plastid in plant cells that contain chlorophyll, a green pigment which traps light for use in photosynthesis.
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What controls the chemical activity in a cell?
The nucleus.
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What is the job of a red blood cell?
To absorb and carry oxygen around the body.
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What's the purpose of a cell membrane?
To control what passes in and out of the cell .
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What's the cell membrane made from?
Cellulose.
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What do we call a large group of similar cells?
Tissue.
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Cellulose is a strong substance found in all plant cells. Which part of a plant cell contains cellulose?
The cell wall.
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Which of these things do both plant and animal cells have?
Cytoplasm.
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