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Cell Diversity

Leaving Cert Biology

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What do you call the small units that all living organisms are made of Cells
What do you call a group of similar cells that carry out the same function Tissue
What are the four main types of plant tissues Dermal, Vascular, Ground and Meristematic
Where would you find dermal tissue in a plant Covering layer (Top and Bottom)
What is another name for the dermal layer Epidermis
Some plants have a water proof layer on their on top of epidermis, what is this called Cuticle
What is the main function of the dermal layer Protection
Name the two type of vascular tissue Xylem and Phloem
What is the function of the xylem Transport water
What is the function of the phloem Transport food
Name two animal tissues Connective and Nervous
What is connective tissue Tissue that consists of a number of cells that joins and supports other body tissues
Give an example of connective tissue Blood, bone or cartilage
What is nervous tissue Tissue composed of nerve cells called neurons
What is tissue culture The growth of tissues in or on an artificial medium outside an organism
What is the term used to describe the growth of cells outside the body In-vitro growth
What is the term used to describe the growth of cells inside the body In-vivo growth
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