Types of cells
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What are Prokaryota?
- cells with no nucleus.
- Are single cellular
- DNA and cytoplasm are used to function
- No organelles
What are Eukaryote
- HAVE A NUCLEUS
- can be unicellular or multicellular
- are multicelular eukaryotic cells
- are heterotrophs
- eg yeast, mushrooms, moulds
- are multicellular eukaryotic cells
- multicellular eukaryotic cells
- cells - tissue - organs - systems
Differences between animal and plant cells?
- plant cells have larger vacuoles to store more water, stand rigid, use for photosynthesis, store food from photosynthesis
- plant cells have a cell wall to help keep its shape, protect it, give it its rigit structure, substitute for skeletal system, help grow upright and contain cellulose which is food for herbivorous animals
- plant cells have chloroplasts which contain green substance called chlorophyll for photosynthesis
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