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Bella Nat 5

Bella Nat 5 Biology Unit 1 KA 1 Cells

TermDefinition
What are the 4 different types of cell Animal, Plant, Fungal and Bacterial
Which type of cell has no nucleus? Bacterium
What is the function of the ribosome? Site of protein synthesis
What is the function of the Mitochondrion? Site of Aerobic Respiration
What are plant cell walls made of? Cellulose
Are plant, Bacterial and Fungal cell walls all made of the same substance? No
Do plant cells tend to have regular shapes? Yes
Do animal cells tend to have regular shapes No
Give an example of an animal cell that will have a lot of Mitochondria Muscle, Sperm, Liver, Nerve, Kidney etc
What will you find in Bacterial cells that are not present in other cells Plasmids
What is the function of a Plasmid Small piece of circular spare DNA
What is the function of the Cytoplasm Site of chemical reactions
What is the function of the Nucleus Control centre of the cell
What is the function of the cell membrane Controls the entry and exit of materials from the cell
What is the function of the cell wall Gives strength and support to cells
What is the function of the Chloroplast Site of Photosynthesis
What is the function of the Vacuole Stores cell sap
Created by: nscobie