What are vthe basic parts of an animal cell?
Mitochondria, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, and the vacuole.
What are the jobs of these basic parts?
mitochondria-breaks down materials to release energy for the cell.
cell membrane-controls what materials go into and out of the cell.
nucleus-controls cell activities
vacuole-storage area
cytoplasm-fills most of the cell
What are the basic parts of plant cells?
cell membrane, nucleus, cell wall, vacuole, cytoplasm, mitochondria, and chloroplasts.
What are the jobs of these basic parts?
cell wall-a stiff structure that surrounds the cell membrane of a plant cell. It keeps the cell rigid, helping the entire cell to keep its shape.
cell membrane-surrounds the cell and directs materials in and out of the cell.
vacuole-storage area
nucleus-controls cell activities
cytoplasm- fills most of the cell
chloroplasts-gives plants their green color and are used in making food.
How do plant and animal cells differ?
Plant cells have more parts.
How do single-celled organisms and many-celled organisms differ?
single-celled organisms are made up of smaller parts.
What are features of animals?
sponge-bags, pores
What are the examples of simple and complex animals?
simple-worms complex-snails
What are the features of plants with seeds?
cone bearing-Seeds develop between the cone scales fruit- embryo
What are the examples of plants with seeds?
cone-bearing flowering groups such as grape vines
Why is fire not alive?
Because it only has 6 out of the 7 traits of life.
What are the body parts of fungi?
huphae, spore, cap, stalk
What are the examples of fungi?
mushrooms, mold
How do fungi reproduce?
They grow in soil and cannot reproduce their own food. They absorb food from other living things or grow plants.