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Cells

  1. 1. CellsCells
  2. 2. Kind of cells:Kind of cells:  eukaryoticeukaryotic:: protists, fungi, plants,animals.protists, fungi, plants,animals. prokaryotesprokaryotes: bacteria and archaea which share a similar structure: bacteria and archaea which share a similar structure
  3. 3. There are:There are:  Animal cellsAnimal cells  Plant cellsPlant cells
  4. 4. Features in common:Features in common:  Cell membraneCell membrane  CytoplasmCytoplasm  NucleusNucleus
  5. 5. Cells plant have enough:Cells plant have enough:  ChloroplastChloroplast  VacuoleVacuole  Cell wallCell wall
  6. 6. Specialised cellsSpecialised cells Leaf Cell Sperm Cell Red Blood Cells Root hair cell
  7. 7. Particular function of many type ofParticular function of many type of cells:cells:
  8. 8. DiffusionDiffusion
  9. 9. Osmosis:Osmosis:
  10. 10. Other specialised cells:Other specialised cells: Female reproductive cell (egg cell) Nerve cells Carry nerve impulses to different parts of the body Join with male cell, and then to provide food for the new cell that's been formed
  11. 11. WebWeb  http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa/cells/cells1.shhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_aqa/cells/cells1.sh tmltml  Focus on scienceFocus on science  Google immagesGoogle immages

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