What is a Specialised cell?
What is the function of the root hair cell?
All cells start their lives as identical cells called?
Red Blood Cells
Fat cells (Adipocyte)
What stage of the Cell Cycle is the diagram shown as?
List the order of the Cell Cycle in order?
What is the longest phase in the Cell Cycle?
What is the main job of the Respiratory System?
Name and describe a disease that can occur in the respiratory system?
Where is the location of the Respiratory system?
This is your main windpipe, which starts at the back of your throat.
You have two of these, a left and right one that split off from the trachea to feed each lung.
These tiny tubes branch off from the bronchi, extending throughout all of your lungs.
These are the tiny air sacs that connect to each bronchiole. Blood passes through here, exchanging fresh oxygen from the air for carbon dioxide to be carried back out and exhaled.
This is your primary breathing muscle, located at the base of your chest.
What is the organelle in a cell?
What cells are found in both plant and animal cells?
Do plant cells have centrioles?
The nucleus is one of the most important organelles in a cell. It is often the largest organelle in animal cells, but this is not always the case. Nuclei contain the genetic material called DNA that is responsible for controlling and directing all cell activities. This is a very important organelle given its vital function.