1. What are the main types of pathogens?
- Viruses and bacteria
- Poison and venom
- Airborne diseases and STDs
- Colds and flu
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2. What does the nucleus do?
- Make protein
- Act as the cell's brain
- Control the cell
- Make DNA
3. Why are chloroplasts important?
- They tell the cell what to do
- They use energy from respiration to synthesise amino acids
- The chlorophyll inside them absorbs light, which is vital for photosynthesis
- They give the cell its shape
4. How are sperm cells specialised?
- They are streamlined and have a tail to swim to the egg, and have a lot of mitochondria for fast respiration
- They swim fast
- They can hold their breath for a long time
- They can survive extremely acidic environments
5. What is inside the vacuole?
- A secret society composed entirely of bedbugs
- The nucleus