This section lists pretty much everything to do with living cells, which includes tissues and organs. Have fun revising everything below!!!
The differences between animal and plant cells are as follows:
||Consists of cytoplasm and nucleus.
||Jelly like substance where chemical reactions take place and other parts are embedded.
||Controls reproduction and also contains the characteristics of the cell.
||Surrounds the cell and controls what moves in and out of the cell.
||Found only in plant cells where respiration occurs.
||These makes plants green. They contain chlorophyll which is needed for photosynthesis.
||Gives the cell its shape. The cell's "skeleton".
||Where the cell sap is stored.
Plant cells have:
Chlorophyll in chloroplasts,
A cellulose cell wall,
Animal cells have:
No Chlorophyll or chloroplasts,
No Cellulose cell wall,
Small or no vacuoles.
Tissues are made up of lots of cells of the same type. (e.g. muscle tissue is made up of many muscle cells)
Organs are different tissues working together to carry out a certain function. An organ can contain different types of tissue (e.g. the heart)