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Do we need to know the structure of organelles in detail?

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What level are you studying at and which exam board are you with?
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What level are you studying at and which exam board are you with?
A- level and AQA
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In the spec it does say to know about the structure of each organelle but does not specify to the extent (detail) we need to know about the structure
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In the spec it does say to know about the structure of each organelle but does not specify to the extent (detail) we need to know about the structure
Do you have a textbook? I would learn it in whatever detail the textbook or revision guide gives. You could also search online and see how much detail most revision sites show it in. If you can, email your teacher and ask.
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I finished AQA A Level Biology this year and we learned the very basic structure of the organelles (e.g. mitochondria has a matrix and cristae, what ribosomes are made of) but mainly focused on their function and how they're adapted for it. In second year you will need to know chloroplasts and mitochondria in a lot more detail. If in doubt just ask your teacher or just learn the extent it teaches you it in the textbook!
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