Cell diagram

Enhance your knowledge of biology with detailed cell diagrams. Discover the structure and functions of different cell types and unlock the mysteries of life.
Plant cells and animal cells have many in common. They both have essential organelles including a nucleus, mitochondria, cell membrane, ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum (ER), Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, peroxisomes, and cytoskeleton.

In addition to these common features, plant cells have three unique cellular structures or organelles that animal cells do not have – Cell wall, Vacuole, and Chloroplast. Microbiology, Cell Biology, Animal Cell Structure, Animal Cell Parts, Plant Cell Organelles, Animal Cell Project, Cell Membrane, Plant Cell Diagram, Plant Cell Project

Plant cells and animal cells have many in common. They both have essential organelles including a nucleus, mitochondria, cell membrane, ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum (ER), Golgi apparatus, lysosomes, peroxisomes, and cytoskeleton. In addition to these common features, plant cells have three unique cellular structures or organelles that animal cells do not have – Cell wall, Vacuole, and Chloroplast.

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Animal cells are generally small in size and cell wall is absent. Except the protozoan Euglena no animal cell possesses plastids. Vacuoles in animal cells are many and small. Animal cells have a single highly complex and prominent Golgi apparatus. Let`s draw a typical animal cell. Here we go. 1. Draw a out line of animal cell, put lot of bends as shown to represent flexible plasma membrane. 2.Draw details of nucleus as shown in figure. 3.Draw Cell organelles as shown. 4. Put lot of neat dots…

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