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GCSE level School Biology Notes: Introduction to plant and animal cells their structure & function

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INDEX of notes on introducing plant, animal and bacterial types of cell structure and the function of their components, including sub-cellular structures and differences between plant, animal and bacterial cells, unicellular organisms and multicellular organisms

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Sub-indexes for this section on different types of cell structure and organisms

(1) What defines life? What are the characteristics and types of living organisms?

(2) Introduction to cells - types of cells - prokaryotes and eukaryotes

(3) Typical characteristics of animal cells including humans! (eukaryotes, eukaryota)

(4) Structure of typical plant and algal cells (eukaryotes, eukaryota)

(5) Structure of a typical bacteria cell (prokaryotes - prokaryotic cells, prokaryota)

(6) Structure of fungal and yeast cells (eukaryote cells)

(7) A note on the structure and function of viruses (NOT classified as living organisms)

(8) Scale of things, orders of magnitude and chemical composition of a unicellular organism

(9) Some more examples of unicellular organisms (amoeba dinoflagellate euglena)

See also Cell specialisms - an introduction to cell specialisation is on another page

Microscopy and cells: the development and use of microscopes in biology - optical & electron

Cell division, cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis, sexual/asexual reproduction, binary fission, cancer cells 


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