1. Why do plants need chloroplasts?
- For respiration.
- To keep the cell wall clean.
- For Photosynthesis.
- For fertilsations.
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2. What does a vacoule allow a cell to do?
- Replicate DNA
- It allows water in and out of the cell without bursting it.
- Gives more space to carry more chlorophyll.
- Prroduce a clone
3. What is the cell wall made up of and how does it help the cell?
- Cellulose gives the cell extra strength.
- Cell sap allows the cell to move as a whole.
- Chlorophyll keeps gases out.
- Starch grains hold the cell together.
4. What happens in the cytoplasm?
- The cytoplasm allows gases to diffuse into the cell.
- This is where chemical reactions take place.
- Fertilisation takes place.
- DNA is made.
5. BONUS: Which process are mitochondria responsible for and what is produced from this process?
- Mitochondria are responsible for making it easier for minerals to pass across into cells - this produces gases.
- Mitochondria are responsible for fertilisation - which produces cells.
- Mitochondria are responsible for respiration - which produces energy.
- Mitochondria are responsible for carrying messages in the form of electrical signals - this produces nerve cells.
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