How do we know if something is living?
What do the letter in MRS GRENC stand for?
Definition: Control of internal environment.
What is a cell wall?
What organisms have a cell wall?
What is a cell membrane?
What organisms have a cell membrane?
What is cytoplasm?
What organisms have cytoplasm?
What is a nucleus?
What organisms have a nucleus?
What are chloroplasts?
What organisms have chloroplasts?
What are mitochondria?
What organisms have mitochondria?
What is a vacuole?
What organisms have a vacuole?
What are ribosomes?
What organisms have ribosomes?
Name the 6 kingdoms
How do animal cells store carbohydrates?
How do plant cells store carbohydrates?
What are plant cell walls made of?
What are fungi cell walls made of?
How do fungi store carbohydrates?
What is bacteria cell wall made of?
Bacteria cells don't have a nucleus so where is their hereditary material?
Why aren't virus considered living?
What does the term parasitic mean?
What is the smallest of the kingdoms?
What is a pathogen?
What kingdoms can pathogens come from?
2 examples of a viral disease.
2 examples of a fungal disease.
2 examples of a bacterial disease.
1 example of protoctist disease.
Examples of specialised animal cells:
Examples of specialised plant cells: