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Key Stage 3 Science

Name the piece of equipment required to be able to see microorganisms Microscope
Name what the basic unit of life is Cell
Name the process where molecules move from a high concentration to a low concentration Diffusion
How many kingdoms are there? 5
Name the 2 missing life processes; Movement, reproduction, ___________, nutrition, excretion, ___________, growth Sensitivity and respiration
Name two parts of a plant cell that animal cells do not have Chloroplasts, cell wall, vacuole
Name a structure that bacterial cells do not have but protoctists, fungi, plants and animal cells have. Nucleus or mitochondria
Viruses are not classed as living, they cannot carry out one of the 7 life processes. Name this process. Reproduction
Name the gas that is required for cells to survive. Oxygen
An organism made of many cells is called ________________ Multicellular
Write the word equation for aerobic respiration Glucose + oxygen –> carbon dioxide + water
Write the word equation for anaerobic respiration Glucose ---> lactic acid
Name the 7 life process. MRS NERG Movement, reproduction, sensitivity, nutrition, excretion, respiration, growth
Plants, animals and protoctists are 3 kingdoms. Name the remaining 2. Prokaryotes and fungi
Define: A Cell The basic unit of life
Write the word equation for aerobic respiration Oxygen + glucose --- carbon dioxide + water
Explain the importance of the cell structure; chloroplasts in plant cells Chloroplasts contain the pigment chlorophyll. This pigment absorbs sunlight for photosynthesis to occur.
Name the structure than enables bacterial cells to move Flagellum
Name the carbohydrate needed for respiration to occur. Glucose
Name the product of anaerobic respiration Lactic acid
An organism that makes its own food is called what? Producer
Describe the role of proteins in living organisms Growth and repair
Name the cell structure that bacterial cells (prokaryotes) do not have but the other 4 kingdoms do. Nucleus
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