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We are all composed of these tiny microscopic things called... CELLS! let’s get to know them a little more through a fun q&a game!!!

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Hello Happy Friends, Are you ready to Learn? I’m Sarah
Today, we’re going to go over everything we know about… cells! With a Q&A game!
Let’s start!
Which one of these living things is composed by cells?
Aniamals and plants
Placton or
All living things
Of course! All living things!
Let’s get to know a little more...
Cells are the smallest parts in living things, and we are all composed... by cells. Some, only have a single cell and we call them unicellular, for example, some bacteria. Others have many cells and we call them multicellular, like animals… or plants. By the way.. Did you know that human beings have hundreds of billions of cells?
Wow! Interesting!
Yes, we do have cells, indeed.
Let’s head to the next question. This one is a little bit tougher.
Which is the most important part of a cell?
Or cytoplasm
Oh look! The most important part is the nucleus, but there are other parts which are also very important.
Let’s get to know a little more about them.
In these images, you can see a cell and its most important parts. But you need to know that the nucleus is the most important organelle of all and that’s why we make it stand out from the rest. The nucleus is like the brain in a cell and it controls its functions. Within it, there are genes, which transmit the hereditary characteristics from parent to offspring. These crocodile babies look very similar to their parents, because of genes.
The truth is that when they’re small, they’re so cute, but when they grow up… not so much.
Have you been paying attention to the explanation and observed the cell diagram properly? Yes? Well then you’re going to find the next question very easy.
What can we find in the cytoplasm?
The membrane
The cell wall
The organelle
Or bacterias
Of course! The organelle! Let’s look at the diagram again to learn a little more
The cytoplasm, what a werid word! Is a liquid substance which is found between the membrane… and the nucleus, and here, in the cytoplasm, we can find… the organelle. The organelle are different between themselves and each one has a distinct function. Some, for example, some are in charge of digesting food and others of eliminating waste.
That’s so cool! I love learning so many new things. As always, I’ll tell you that the most important thing is not having answered all the questions correctly, but rather having learnt and always wanting to learn more.
Goodbye Happy Friends, See you next time!
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