This quality bundle includes a specification based powerpoint for teaching and a worksheet covering everything thing students need to know for the plants and animal cells subtopic.
This resource is presented in a ‘fill in the blank’ format. This ideal to set as homework, revision or as an alternative to making notes. The following specification points are covered:
[Students should be able to explain how the main sub-cellular structures,
including the nucleus, cell membranes, mitochondria, chloroplasts in
plant cells and plasmids in bacterial cells are related to their functions.
Most animal cells have the following parts:
• a nucleus
• a cell membrane
In addition to the parts found in animal cells, plant cells often have:
• a permanent vacuole filled with cell sap.
Plant and algal cells also have a cell wall made of cellulose, which
strengthens the cell.] (Taken from the GCSE AQA Biology Specification- NEW]