Animal cells and plant cells have different parts. However, plant cells and animal cells differ from one another a couple different ways.
What Parts Do Animal Cells and Plants Cells Have That Are the Same
1- Both animal cells and plant cells have a nucleus. The nucleus is the control center of a cell.
2- Animal cells and plant cells have a cell membrane that holds the cell together.
3- Animal cells and plant cells have vacuole, which is a storage space.
4- Plant cells and animal cells have mitochondrion, which is a cell energy processor.
What Parts Do Plant Cells Have That Animal Cells Do Not Have
1- Plant cells have a cell wall which is a rigid structure surrounding the plant cell. The animal cell does not have a cell wall.
2- The plant cell has chloroplast, which contains chlorophyll. The animal cell does not have a chloroplast.
Definitions for Living Things
1- Cell Wall
A cell wall is a rigid structure surrounding a plant cell. It is located outside the cell membrane and provides support and protection. An animal cell does not have a cell wall.
A single celled organism with no nucleus. A bacterium of a single cell with no nucleus could make you sick.
Protists are multicultural or unicellular eukaryotes that lack complex organ systems and will live in moist environments. Algae and tiny organisms living in water are call protists.
Chlorophyll is a green pigment found in almost all plants.
Vascular pertains to or contains vessels, which circulate fluids. Plants with tube like structures up and down stems are vascular plants.
Classification is used to categorizing living things into categories or classes.
Nonvascular contains plant tissue which water can move through. Moss is an example of nonvascular.
Fungus feeds on organic matter. Fungus is an organism that absorbs food from dead organisms waste.