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    How can you tell a sperm cell is an animal cell?
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    it is more complex than a bacterial cell and doesn't have a cell wall unlike a plant cell
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    Has organelles so eukaryotic; no cell wall so not a plant cell.
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    The head contains genetic information and an enzyme to help penetrate the egg cell membrane. The middle section is packed with mitochondria for energy. It contains haemoglobin to carry oxygen to the cells. Also no cell wall unlike a plant cell
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    (Original post by Y11_Maths)
    The head contains genetic information and an enzyme to help penetrate the egg cell membrane. The middle section is packed with mitochondria for energy. It contains haemoglobin to carry oxygen to the cells. Also no cell wall unlike a plant cell
    Thank you so much that helped a lot
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    it is more complex than a bacterial cell and doesn't have a cell wall unlike a plant cell
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    Has organelles so eukaryotic; no cell wall so not a plant cell.
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    Animal and plant cells are Eukaryotic Cells. These contain a nucleus, which is where the DNA is made, they contain a lot of organelles, for instance, they contain mitochondria. Plant cells have cell walls, chloroplasts and a few other organelles that aren't found in animal cells.Bacterial cells are Prokaryotic Cells as they don't have a nucleus and organelles like the mitochondria. This means that the sperm cells do have a nucleus and organelles like mitochondria making them eukaryotic cells but won't have cell walls or chloroplasts like in plants cells.
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    (Original post by Zoe250498)
    Animal and plant cells are Eukaryotic Cells. These contain a nucleus, which is where the DNA is made, they contain a lot of organelles, for instance, they contain mitochondria. Plant cells have cell walls, chloroplasts and a few other organelles that aren't found in animal cells.Bacterial cells are Prokaryotic Cells as they don't have a nucleus and organelles like the mitochondria. This means that the sperm cells do have a nucleus and organelles like mitochondria making them eukaryotic cells but won't have cell walls or chloroplasts like in plants cells.
    tysm Zoe, this helped so much
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    tysm Zoe, this helped so much
    Not a problem. I find that with biology that it is really useful to have a little bit extra information than you really need. It makes it easier to understand.
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    Not a problem. I find that with biology that it is really useful to have a little bit extra information than you really need. It makes it easier to understand.
    It definitely does hah, ty x
 
 
 

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