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Plant cells

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Mother and calf - an example of reproduction https://www.basicbiology.net/biology-101/mrs-gren/

MRS GREN is an acronym often used to help remember the seven life processes of living things beginning with Movement, Respiration and Sensitivity.

For two billion years prokaryotic cells were the only living things on Earth - http://www.basicbiology.net/micro/cells/prokaryotic-cells/

Prokaryotic cells are the cells of bacteria and archaea. They are one of the two different types of cells that are the foundations of all of Earth's life.

Xylem and the phloem make up the vascular tissue that transports water, sugars and other important substances around a plant - http://www.basicbiology.net/plants/physiology/xylem-phloem/

The xylem and the phloem make up the vascular tissue of plants and transports water, sugars and other important substances to leaves, stems and roots.

Animals that live in water are usually streamlined http://www.basicbiology.net/biology-101/evolution/

Animals are a diverse and advanced group of well-known organisms. Begin learning about the animal kingdom with this introduction to animals.

Evolution by natural selection led to giraffes having long necks - http://www.basicbiology.net/biology-101/evolution/

Evolution is a theory that explains how life on Earth has diversified into millions of different species through the process of natural selection.

Orange moths on green leaves - easily spotted and eaten by predators - http://www.basicbiology.net/biology-101/evolution/

Evolution is a theory that explains how life on Earth has diversified into millions of different species through the process of natural selection.

Net-like pattern of eudicot leaves - http://www.basicbiology.net/plants/angiosperms/eudicots/

The eudicots are a hugely diverse and abundant group of angiosperm plants. They are the most advanced plants and include over half the species of plants.