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1a AQA GCSE Biology - Cell Structure 1
Terms in this set (16)
What are all living things made of? These are the building blocks of life.
What do we call an organism that is a plant or an animal and made up of many cells?
What word describes bacterial cells? These are unicellular as they are only made up of one cell?
An envelope that surrounds the cell and lets substances in and out
Contains DNA and controls the cells activity
The jelly centre of the cell which holds the sub-cellular structures and is where all the chemical reactions happen
Only found in plant cells and bacterial cells. In plant cells the cell wall is made of cellulose
Single DNA Loop
In prokaryotic cells (bacteria) the DNA is found as a _________ _________ _________
A small ring of DNA found in prokaryotic cells (bacteria)
A structure that is found inside a cell and is very small. e.g. nucleus, ribosome, mitochondria.
This is where respiration happens in cells which gives the cells energy
Only found in plant cells, these contain chlorophyll and are the sites of photosynthesis and are green
Where proteins are made
Found in plant cells, these contain cell sap which is sugar and water
A store of sugar and water inside a plant cell which is found in the vacuole
This substance is what plant cell walls are made of. It is a very tough substance.