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P l a n t V S . A n i m a l s | 1 UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX Plants VS. Animals Owen Thomas 4/15/2011
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P l a n t V S . A n i m a l s | 3 The following is a list of five similarities between plant and animal cells: 1) Cell membrane 2) Mitochondria 3) Defined nucleus 4) Golgi complex 5) Eukaryotic cells These similarities are found in both of these types of cells. The cell membrane is what holds the cells together, keeping everything inside (Pruitt and Underwood, p.101, 2006). The mitochondria have multiple folds within the structure that fold over again and again to make more surface area where energy-producing reactions occur. The defined nucleus acts as the brain
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P l a n t V S . A n i m a l s | 4 of the cell. The Golgi complex serves as the “trash can” of the cells, gathering up the waste and getting it ready to leave the cells. Both plant and animal cells are made from eukaryotic cells, which is the reason that they both have similar organelles. There are some major differences between plant and animal cells, however. Plant cells
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