animal and plan cells checkpoint

animal and plan cells checkpoint - Five Structures-1....

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Similarities- Both have a nucleus, mitochondria, cytoplasm ribosomes and cytosol Also, both are eukaryotes. Differences- A plant cell has a cell wall which makes it have more of a rectangular shape, it contains chloroplast and has a large central vacuole which an animal cell doesn’t and the animal cell is more circular than the plant cell is. Also, Animal cells contain Lysosomes which plant cells do not along with a few other organelles. Lysosomes are formed at the Golgi.
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Unformatted text preview: Five Structures-1. Nucleus- this is what controls the center of the cell. 2. Mitochondria- It is also known as the powerhouse and its the location of cellular respiration. 3. Ribosomes- this is what makes proteins. 4. Vacuole- this is the storage area in the cell wall for water and wastes. 5. Lysosome- Contains digestive enzymes that break down substances and wastes in a cell....
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course BIO 205 taught by Professor Lauretta during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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