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Published by: Ginva Amalia on Dec 01, 2013
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Features Plant Cell Animal Cell Cellulose cell present Absent Shape Permanent, determined by cell wall Vary, as there is no cell wall chloroplast present Absent vacuole Large, contain cell sap Small, do no contain cell sap nucleus Present (near cell wall) Present (anywhere) Functions of cell structure Cell structure Function Cell membrane
Forms a barrier
Kepps contents inside the cell
Allows simple substances in and out of the cell
Controls movement of other substances into and out of the cell
Partially permeable Nucleus
Controls all activities inside the cell
Controls how cell develops Cytoplasm Place where many chemical reactions happen Chloroplast
For photosynthesis
Stores starch Cell wall
Stops cell from bursting
Give shape to the cell
Allows ater and dissolved substaces to pass through Sap vacuole
Full of water to maintain shape of the cell
Strores salts and sugars Cell Function Adaptation Red Blood Cell Contains haemoglobin to carry oxygen to the cells -
Thin outer membrane : oxygen pass easily -
Biconcave shape :increases surface area to allow more oxygen absorbed efficiently -
No nucleus : so, cell is full of haemoglobin Root Hair Cell Absorbs water and mineral ion from the soil Long finger-like process with very thin wall : give large surface area

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