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Please could anyone help me with what the labels would be for the image below??!?
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So it wants you to label the parts of a plant cell.

A would be the cell wall
B is the cytoplasm
As for C, I have no idea. Sorry.
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C is mitochondria I think
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Pretty sure C are amyloplasts or lysosome
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Is ur question GCSE or a level? Cos if its a GCSE question, it wouldn't be lysomes
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Is ur question GCSE or a level? Cos if its a GCSE question, it wouldn't be lysomes
GCSE
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A = Cell Wall
B = Cytoplasm
C = Starch granules (i think) - not lysosome (as its membrane bound), not mitochondria (wrong shape & waaay too big)
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A = Cell Wall
B = Cytoplasm
C = Starch granules (i think) - not lysosome (as its membrane bound), not mitochondria (wrong shape & waaay too big)
Yep, just looked that up, I agree with starch grains
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Ahhhh fair enough. Could it not be chloroplast then as even at gcse level you’d need to know that chloroplasts are ONLY found in plant cells and not animal cells.
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There aren't that many chloroplasts in a plant cell
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(If you look at all the diagrams for GCSE)
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But maybe, idk
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There aren't that many chloroplasts in a plant cell
I didn’t read it was a potato. Potatoes don’t have chloroplasts.
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oh, fairs
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Thankyou all so much for helping!!
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So its probs gonna be starch thing then
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Just tell your teacher it’s an awful drawing. 😉

When I labelled the stages of mitosis in an assignment different to someone else in my class, our tutor said as long as we could back up out argument to her for it being what we thought, then we would get that mark. Probably wouldn’t work in an exam though.
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I'm not sure if anyone will reply but I have another question its biology related - I was given the definition 'small food molecules are used to build large molecules' and I had to find the name of the process does anyone here know what it could be? I searched online and found nothing
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I'm not sure if anyone will reply but I have another question its biology related - I was given the definition 'small food molecules are used to build large molecules' and I had to find the name of the process does anyone here know what it could be? I searched online and found nothing
Anabolic metabolism is the general term for producing larger molecules from smaller ones.
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