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1

How have Palisade cells adapted to become specialised cells?

They have lots of cytoplasm in it so they can photosynthesise well

2

What is the only cell without a nucleus?

A red blood cell

3

What is the function of the Nucleus?

Plant Cell?
Animal Cell?

It contains all the DNA of the cell

Plant cell and animal cell

5

What is in an animal cell?

Nucleus
Cytoplasm
Cell Membrane

6

How has a Ciliated Epithelium adapted to become a specialised cell?

They have a lot of , so they can collect all the gunk in the lungs

8

What is the function of the Large Vacuole?

Plant Cell?
Animal Cell?

Where the cell sap is stored

Plant cell

9

What is the function of the Chloroplast?

Plant Cell?
Animal Cell?

Absorbs the Suns energy {photosynthesis!}

Plant cell

10

How has an egg cell adapted to become a specialised cell?

They have a bigger nucleus to store extra DNA

12

What is a specialised cell?

Specialised Cells are more adapted to their function than normal cells

13

How has a muscle cell adapted to become a specialised cell?

They are stretchy

14

What is the black dot in a cell?

Nucleus / Nuclei

18

What six things are in a plant cell?

Chloroplast
Cell Wall
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Large Vacuole
Cell Membrane

19

How has a sperm cell adapted to become a specialised cell?

It has a tail so that it can move and swim about towards the egg

20

What is the function of the Cytoplasm?

Plant Cell?
Animal Cell?

It is like a jelly or liquid, where all the chemical reactions happen

Animal cell and plant cell

23

What is the function of the Cell Wall?

Plant Cell?
Animal Cell?

Keeps the cell upright, rigid and straight {like bones}

Plant Cell

25

What is the function of the Cell Membrane?

Plant Cell?
Animal Cell?

Keeps the cell together and controls what goes in and out of the cell

Animal cell and plant cell