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Study the word list: Exploring Science 7Ac

Animal and Plant Cell parts

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cell
A cell is a basic unit all living things are made of. *
membrane
The cell membrane controls what goes into and out of a cell. *
cellulose
Cellulose is a strong plant material used to make cell walls. *
chlorophyll
Chlorophyll is the chemical that makes leaves green. It is involved with photosynthesis. *
chloroplast
Chloroplast is part of the plant cell where photosynthesis happens. *
cytoplasm
A jelly like substance, cytoplasm is found in all cells and helps get rid of waste materials. *
nucleus
A nucleus is the 'control centre' of a cell. *
vacuole
The vacuole is part of a plant cell where nutrients are stored. *
tissue
A tissue is a group of the same cells all doing the same job. *

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