Plant Cell & Animal Cell
Cells are specialised to perform different functions in both plants and animals
Palisade cells have many chloroplasts for photosynthesis
Root hair cells are long and thin to absorb water from the soil
Red blood cells have hemoglobin which transports oxygen
Sperm cells have a tail to swim to the egg
Multicellular organisms cells that perform the same function are grouped together to form a tissue
Each tissue is therefore made up of cells that are specialised to carry out a particular function.
THE VERTEBRATES (PHYLUM CHORDATA)
All vertebrates have the following features:
a. A bilaterally symmetrical body which is divided into a head, trunk and a tail with a neck joining the head to the trunk in most vertebrates.
b. An internal skeleton (endoskeleton)