Cells - Plants, Animals & Bacteria Quiz

What do you know about cells?

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What are cells GCSE Biology?

Cells are the most basic units of living organisms and they allow the processes of life to take place. Humans, Venus fly traps and E-Coli all have cells and they aim to perform similar functions. The most basic function of a cell is to provide the raw material to build entire organisms and of course, this means that cells come in all shapes and sizes. Some large and some small and some frankly, a bit weird.

What do cells do?

Cells allow us to build our bodies, provide them with energy and house the DNA which holds the plans and could be called the brain of the operation. Cells are complex structures and the further you zoom in the more you will see. Subcellular structures themselves are enough to fill a PhD thesis, but fortunately what you need to know for GCSE Science is well defined in the curriculum. You need to know the names of the main subcellular structures, their roles in cells and what kinds of organisms you find them in. This means knowing whether plants, animals and bacteria have each structure in their cells, which links to the topic of classification and of course, microscopy. There is also the issue of specialised cells, but we will leave that for another day. 

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