Cellulose cell wall
Both function in the transport of oxygen.
They contain a nucleus.
Both cells have a high surface area to volume ratio.
Part of the cell forms a long and narrow protrusion.
I, II and III only
I, II and IV only
I, III and IV only
II, III and IV only
Thistle funnel - 10% sucrose; beaker - 10% sucreose
Thistle funnel - distilled water; beaker - 5% sucrose
Thistle funnel - 5% sucrose; beaker - 10% sucrose
Thistle funnel - 5% sucrose; beaker - distilled water
Both can contain food reserves.
Both have partially permeable membranes.
Both depend on osmosis for water.
Both can expand and burst in water.
Presence of mitochondria and cell wall
Presence of mitochondria and concentration gradient
Presence of concentration gradient and cell wall
Presence of cell wall and cell membrane
5% salt solution
20% salt solution
25% salt solution
35% salt solution
It is where light energy is trapped and converted into chemical energy.
A double membrane organelle
Located in the nucleus
Large amount of glucose is produced
Long protoplasmic extension
Thick cell wall