Answer to Question #342636 in Cell Biology for Pretty

Question #342636

Difference between animal and plant celk

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Animal Cell: not have a cell wall, are irregular or round in shape, centrosomes and centrioles are present, plastids are absent, vacuoles are usually small and sometimes they are absent, cilia is present in most animal cells, mitochondria is present and numerous in number, the mode of nutrition is heterotrophic, single highly complex and prominent Golgi apparatus is present.

Plant cell: consists of a cellulose cell wall outside the cell membrane, are square or rectangular in shape, centrosomes and centrioles are absent, plastids are present, vacuoles are few large or single and centrally positioned vacuole, cilia is absent, mitochondria is present but fewer in number, the mode of nutrition is primarily autotrophic, many simpler units of Golgi apparatus called dictyosomes are present.

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