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Cells

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what makes up tissue cells
what makes organs tissues
what makes up a system e.g. digestive system organs
what makes up an organism systems
what are the difference between animal cells and plant cells plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplast and a vacuole
what is the function of the nucleus it controls the centre of the cell & contains the DNA
what is the function of the cell membrane it protects the cell & controls what enters and leaves the cell
what is the function of the cytoplasm it is where chemical reactions take place
what is the function of the cell wall it gives shape and support to the cell
what is the function of the chloroplast it holds chlorophyll which is needed for photosynthesising
what is the function of the vacuole it is space to store things
Created by: mcraig2020