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Cell structures and functions GapFill

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All living organisms, no matter how big or small, are made of .

Animals and have different kinds of cells. They share many features, including having a nucleus and a cell . Cells that contain a nucleus are known as . Other types of cells, that do not contain a nucleus, are known as .

Bacteria are an example of this type of cell, and they are much smaller than . The genetic material in bacterial cells takes the form of .

The , that is present in all cell types, is a jelly-like substance that contains all the chemicals needed by the organism. Two structures are present in plant cells that are not found in animal cells. These include a , which in plants and algae is made of and provides strength to the cells. Additionally, a permanent vacuole is likely present. The permanent vacuole is full of .

In order to supply energy, cells contain a number of . They can provide energy for making proteins, which takes place on .

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