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Plant vs animal cell

What are the organelles that plant cells and animal cells have? Cell membrane Cytoplasm Vacuole Mitochondria Ribosome Endoplasmic Reticulum Nucleus Lysosomes
What organelles are only in plants? Cell wall Chloroplast
Cytoplasm Gelatin-like mixture that flows inside the cell membrane
Mitochondria "Powerhouse of the cell" Breaks down food to release energy
Cell Wall Only in plants. Strong and Stiff. Structure and support
Chromosome "colored bodies". Contain DNA. Pass traits to new cells.
Nucleus "Brain of the cell". Regulate activities. contains genetic material
chloroplast Only in plants. Site of photosynthesis. contains chlorophyll
Endoplasmic reticulum Series of tubes. Transport proteins and other things. Tubes That Transport.
Cell membrane Control what gets out and what comes in. "Gate keeper"
Ribosome Makes proteins. Found in the cytoplasm or on E.R. walls
Vacuole "storage tank". Filled with water, food, enzymes, or waste.
Is a vacuole larger in plant or animal cell? Plant
Lysosome Contains enzymes to digest injured cells. Break down large molecules. "Garbage disposal"
What is the difference between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells? Eukaryotic cells have membrane bound organelles.
Created by: l.duxbury
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