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Plant/ Animal Cells and Microorganisms

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This game will asses the difference between plant and animal cells. It will also assess the organelles and their functions.

Created Date 12.08.19
Last Updated 12.09.19
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Topics of this game:
  • This organelle directs all cell activities and is also known as the brain of the cell.
  • This organelle regulates what comes in and out of the cell. Keeps the good things in and the bad things out.
  • This jelly-like substance holds organelles in place.
  • This organelle is where photosynthesis takes place. It is only found in the plant cell.
  • This organelle is found in the plant cell. Protects and keeps the shape of the cell.
  • Scientist that discovered the cell.
  • The microorganism that is responsible for the production of Penicillin.
  • Yeast comes from this kingdom
  • This microorganism causes bread to rise
  • This scientist had nothing to do with cells
  • There are about this many different kind of cells in your body.
  • This cell is larger than the other one
  • In the plant cell, this organelle is larger than the other one. It stores water and waste.
  • This organelle creates proteins.
  • Where the cell's energy is produced
  • This organelle transports materials in the cell.
  • This microorganisms can cause malaria
  • This type of medicine is made from bacteria
  • This bacteria is found in raw meat, beef specifically
  • This bacteria is found in raw chicken and eggs
  • Building blocks of life
  • This type of microorganism helps in the digestion of food.
  • Two organelles that exist in a plant cell that an animal cell does not have.
  • The green pigment that aids in photosynthesis.