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Unformatted text preview: plant cells have cell walls plant cells have chloroplasts plant cells have a huge central vacuoles, while animal cells have smaller, non-central ones 5 internal structures of 1. nucleus-stores hereditary material and thus coordinates the rest of the cell 2. ribosome-assembles proteins using RNA 3. Endoplasmic Reticulum-transportation for the cell 4. Golgi apparatus-packages materials in vacuoles for use inside and outside the cell 5. mitochondria-creates ATP, the fuel or energy source for cells...
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