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8A Science notes

By Benjamin A. Lilley and Bilal M. Rana.

What is a specialized cell? Some cells in multi cellular organisms are modified to carry out a particular function, such as transporting a certain substance or executing a specific task. These cells are called specialized cells.
Why is a specialized cell good? A specialized cell is extremely efficient at doing only one certain task.
Why is a specialized cell bad? If a group of cells in your body die, a specialized cell wouldn't be able to help because it only knows how to do one task.
Why are unicellular organisms so small? Unicellular organisms are so small because it allows osmosis and diffusion to occur extremely easily for the cell to live, and for all of the cells organelles to function properly.
What animal cells in the body connect to MR GREEN? M: Muscle cells R: Nerve Cells G: Bone cells R: Sperm cell/ egg E: Liver cells E: Alveolar N: Intestines/ Stomach cells
How do amoeba handle water management? It has a contractual vacuole.
Created by: Ben Lilley