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joseddia

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In terms of structure and function, how do the vacuoles in a typical plant cell compare to those of a typical animal cell? Answer Plant cell vacuoles are usually larger than animal cell vacuoles because they store both food and enzymes. Plant cell vacuoles are usually no different from those of animal cell vacuoles since they both store food. Plant cell vacuoles are usually smaller and more plentiful than animal cell vacuoles because they store both food and enzymes. Plant cell vacuoles are usually the same size as animal cell vacuoles, but they only store enzymes.

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