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Understand the relationship between molecules and the structures in cells The structure in a cell is made up of molecules
Label the parts of a light microscope Eye piece lens, Revolving nose piece, Arm, Low powered objective lens, High powered objective lens, Stage, Fine adjustment knob, Coarse adjustment knob, Light source, Base.
nucleus, The nucleus is where the DNA is stored
cytoplasm the Cytoplasm Gives the cell its shape and allows the chemicals to travel
cell membrane the Cell membrame is to used to protect the cell from its surroundings
cellwall The cell wall is to hold the cells shape
chloroplast The chloroplast is the photosynthesis.
Describe the difference between a animal cell and a plant cell. The celluar orgionalles between the two cells have some in common but then they have their own to preform the things they need for example
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