Destruction of the membrane around the vacuole
Shrinkage of the cytoplasm
Rupturing of the cell wal
Hydrochloric acid, at pH 2.
Pepsin and hydrochloric acid, at pH 2.
Pepsin and sodium hydroxide, at pH 8.
The stomata pore will decrease in diameter.
Photosynthesis will cease in the guard cells.
The guard cells will shrink and crenate.
The plant will wilt.
Large central vacuoles and endoplasmic reticulum
Mitochondria and ribosomes
Cell walls and mitochondria
Nuclei and chloroplasts
Muscle cell and cortex cell
Xylem tissue and nerve cell
Red blood cell and root hair cell
Intestinal epithelial cell and islets of Langerhans
Bile contains alkaline salts.
Bile has a high optimum pH.
Bile hydrolyses lipids and releases fatty acids.
Bile emulsifies fats giving them a larger surface area for digestion to occur.
The cell wall bursts.
The pigment becomes more soluble.
Chemical energy increases with rise in temperature.
The cell membrane becomes completely permeable.
The nucleus is the only part of the cell to contain DNA.
The nucleus controls the normal activity of the cell.
The nucleus is essential for cell division.
The nucleus is essential for life.
A large amount of amino acids would appear in his urine.
The excess protein is stored in his liver and muscles.
The urea concentration in his urine increases.
Proteins would occur in his urine.
A cell can only undergo cell division when a nucleus is present.
Active transport can only take place in the presence of mitochondria.
A plant cell can retain its shape in water due to the presence of a cell wall.
A nucleus controls all cellular activities and synthesises proteins when needed.