Plants and animals consist of different types of cell that work together. Animal and plant cells have certain structures in common. Many cells are specialised and are adapted for their function.
Which is the correct order of levels of organisation in organisms, from least complex to most complex?
What is a tissue?
In plants, what are shoots and roots examples of?
In plants, what are leaves examples of?
Which part of a cell contains the genetic material?
Which part of a cell controls the movement of substances in and out of the cell?
What is a function of the vacuole in a plant cell?
Which organelle absorbs light energy for photosynthesis?
A cheek cell is 0.05 mm across. It is 25 mm across in a photograph taken through a microscope. What magnification was used?
What structure does a plant cell have but an animal cell does not have?