What organelles do plant cells have that animal cells don't?

Short Answer: cell wall chloroplasts and chlorophyll Long Answer: Plant cells contain rigid cell walls made of cellulose that are located around the phospholipid membrane. Also, cells have choloroplasts; these are the small, green organelles that are full of chlorophyll, the substance plants use to turn CO 2 H 2 O, and sunlight into O 2 and glucose (C 6 H 12 O 2 ). Plant cells also contain a large central vacuole that makes up the majority of the volume of a plant cell; this organelle is used for storing water and starch, as well as some waste products.

At the eukaryotic cells of plants and animals. A true nucleus), and 3) chromosomal proteins. How they differ between plant and animal cells.

And running smoothly. Control, waste disposal, and authority figure just to name a few. Imagined city a cell needs the same services.

Provide these services. Of some common organelles. The nucleus houses the majority of genetic material of a cell.

Is the “brain” of the cell and controls all activity within the cell. A nucleus with the DNA coiled into chromatin. (copies of the original DNA blueprints) and amino acids to assemble proteins.

The proteins created are essential to cell and organismal function. Are essential in a real city. Without which life could not exist.

Into a polypeptide chain. Refer to DNA Transcription and Translation for further reading. Endoplasmic reticulum (ER) – Smooth ER and Rough ER.

The cell and is the site of membrane and protein synthesis. Much like a road system along which industry can be found. Manufactured and shipped to needed areas via the road system.

Processes a variety of metabolic processes such as drug detoxification. The smooth and rough ER? In animal cells whereas cell walls are found in plant cells.

Membranes have similar functions. Substances, thereby maintaining internal balance. The inner cell from outside forces.

(exploding) in extremely hypotonic (diluted) solutions. About these concepts in the Biological Membranes lab. Artist rendition of an animal cell membrane.

Rendition of a plant cell wall. It is important for cell movement and cell division (mitosis). Complex network of tubules and filaments.

Substance (think gelatin) found inside the cell. Cushions and protects the internal organelles. Parks of our city.

Surrounding the visible vacuoles in this cell. Ribosomes to the rest of cell. Organelles found only in plant cells.

Sunlight to create energy for the city. Heterotrophs that consume the plant. Site of photosynthesis in plant cells.

Both plant and animal cells and is the site of cellular respiration. ATP is created which is used for energy by the cell. Process of hydrolysis.

Found in the lysosome. Excessive or bulky macromolecules from building up in the cell. Excess in a city.

Simple excess water. Important in maintaining plant turgidity. Phenomenon in the Biological Membranes Lab.

Central vacuole of a plant cell. From animal cells. And 3) chloroplasts (animals do not perform photosynthesis.

- List 3 differences between plant and animal cells. - What is the function of the cytoskeleton? From a plant cell that contain DNA.

- Are there cells in the human body that lack nuclei, if so which ones? - Explain the Sodium Potassium pump. - Which processes listed below use energy?

Elodea plant cells. - Why does active transport require energy from the cell? - What organelles do plants have that animals lack?

- What organelles do animals have the plants lack? - Be able to give the functions for all cell organelles identified in lab. __________ concentration to an area of __________ concentration.

- Pure water is hypertonic or isotonic or hypotonic to 0.1M saline solution? And in 10% NaCl. - Some white blood cells (phagocytes) use a process called phagocytosis.

What is this? - What type of blood cells make up the majority of human blood? - Name an organelle found in animal cells that is not the nucleus.

- What kind of cell is an animal cell? - Which type of blood cell is small and lacks a nucleus? - What is the function of red blood cells?

- What is the function of white blood cells? - What class contains the largest white blood cells? - What is the function of the mitochondria?

- The organelles in eukaryotic cells are surrounded by _________________. Because it is involved in killing non-functional or harmful parts.

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