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What type of cells are these?
Which type of cell
lacks a nucleus?
What type(s) of
cell(s) have a cell
wall?
List three
differences between
a plant cell and an
animal cell.
Name the basic unit of life.
Cell
Structure
What compound is
a plant cell wall
made from?
What is the
function of …
Name the green pigment
found inside chloroplasts.
Match the
cell
structure
its
function.
The
cytoplasm?
The cell
membrane?
The plasmid?
Structure
Function
Chloroplast
Contains cell sap.
Nucleus
Site of protein sysnthesis.
Vacuole
Site of aerobic respiration.
Ribosome
Site of photosynthesis.
Mitochondrion
Controls cell activities. Stores DNA (genetic material).
What is the function of the cell
membrane?
Give a full description of the process of active
transport, including an example of substances
that move by active transport.
Describe what
would happen
to a leaf cell
when placed in
a hypertonic
solution.
Transport Across
Cell Membranes
Give a definition of
diffusion.
Name 4
substances that
move by
diffusion.
Give the meanings of the
following terms.
Osmosis
Describe what would happen to
a red blood cell when placed in
a hypotonic solution.
Label this diagram
to show the two
chemical
components of a
cell membrane.
Hypertonic
Isotonic
Hypotonic
Explain why glucose sugar
can move across the cell
membrane, but not starch.
Describe the effect of temperature on enzyme
activity (you may wish to use a labelled diagram).
Location of
DNA in a cell.
Shape of a DNA
molecule.
DNA, Proteins
and Enzymes
Reasons why the
sequence of
bases on a DNA
molecule
important?
Function of mRNA.
Subunits of a protein
and type of bond that
holds them together.
Definition of the following
terms:
TYPE OF BOND:
Complete the
table.
Part of the enzyme where
the substrate binds.
List four properties of
an enzyme.
SPECIFIC:
OPTIMUM:
SUB-UNITS:
List four
potential
functions of a
protein.
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
TYPE OF BOND:
SUBSTRATE ENZYME PRODUCT(S)
Starch
Maltose
Pepsin
Catalase
DENATURED:
Fat
Oxygen and water
Where are chromosomes
located in an animal cell?
Describe
what is
meant by a
chromosome
complement.
HAPLOID
List five growth requirements for cell
cultured in a laboratory.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
List five
precautions
that should be
taken to
ensure aseptic
technique.
Producing
New Cells
What is aseptic
technique?
Draw a series of labelled
diagrams to show the sequence
of events that occurs during
mitosis.
Give a
description
of the
following
terms:
Why is it important the
chromosome
complement is
maintained during
mitosis?
DIPLOID
1.
Draw a
diagram of a
bacterial cell.
2.
Where are chromosomes
located in an animal cell?
List two medical products made by
genetic engineering.
1.
2.
3.
List three types
of GMO
(Genetically
Modified
Organisms)
and the
improvements
made.
Genetic
Engineering
Part of a
bacterial cell
that acts as a
vector (carrier)
for a gene of
interest.
Advantages of using
micro-organisms.
Draw a series of labelled
diagrams to show the sequence
of events in genetic
engineering.
Three chemical
elements that
make up a
carbohydrate.
A
B
C
D
Site of photosynthesis.
Name of green pigment
that captures light energy.
Draw a labelled diagram to show what
happens in Stage 1 (Light-dependant
stage) of photosynthesis.
E
G
F
Photosynthesis
Diagram of a leaf. Circle the letters that
show cell layers in which photosynthesis
can take place.
By-product
formed in
stage 1 and its
fate.
1
2
List three
factors that can
limit the rate of
photosynthesis.
Name of
stage 2.
3
Function of
ATP in stage 2?
Glucose
produced in
photosynthesis
can be
converted into -
Draw a labelled
diagram to show
what happens in
stage 2.
Two substances
produced in stage
1 that are needed
for stage 2.
Four cellular
processes that
ATP provides
energy for.
Diagram showing
stage 2 in
fermentation in
animal cells.
Diagram showing
stage 2 in
fermentation in
plant/yeast cells.
Type of sugar used in
respiration.
2
3
Diagram of an ATP molecule.
4
ATP can be broken down into…
Respiration
Diagram showing
stage 2 in aerobic
respiration.
Meanings of
the following
terms:
Number of ATP
formed in
fermentation.
1
Number of
ATP formed
in stage 1.
AEROBIC
Name and
location of
stage 1.
Site of stage 2 in
aerobic respiration.
FERMENTATION
Draw a labelled
diagram to show
what happens in
stage 1.
NAME
LOCATION