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Name 5 parts of a microscope Lense, Slide, Light, Knob to focus, Eye piece
What is the difference between plant and animal cells Plants can make there own food Animals move freely
What are the parts of a animal cell Cell surface membrane, Nucleus, Cytoplasm
What does the cell surface membrane do? It is a very thin bag that keeps the cell together and controls what enters and leaves.
What does the nucleus do Controls the cell
What does the cytoplasm do Watery Jelly. Most of the cell's activities happen. Chemical
What are the parts of a plant cell? Chloroplasts, Nucleus, Cytoplasm, Vacuole , Cell surface membrane, Cell wall
What does the cell wall do? Supports the cell. Made of cellulose
What does the chloroplasts do? These are green discs that contain chlorophyll. They make food for photosynthesis
What does the vacuole? Large storage space filled with sap
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