anonymous
  • anonymous
Which of these is NOT a specialized organelle found only in plant cells?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what are the multiple choice to it?? or are there any??
anonymous
  • anonymous
is there not any multiple choice??
anonymous
  • anonymous
A. chloroplast B. cell wall C. Golgi apparatus D. central vacuole

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anonymous
  • anonymous
it is B. cell wall :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
golgi apperatus
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is cell wall because a cell membrane is a membrane of the cell that forms external to the cell membrane whose main role is to give cells rigidity, strength and protection against mechanical stress. It is found in cells of plants, bacteria, archaea, fungi, and algae. Animals and most protists do not have cell walls. ALSO it is "B" because B. cell wall is NOT a specialized organelle found only in plant cells.
anonymous
  • anonymous
golgi Apparatus are found both in plant and animal cells
anonymous
  • anonymous
but they are asking which is NOT found :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
golgi apparatus is found in both!!! just like you said!! they are looking for one that is found only in plant cell :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
chloroplasts
anonymous
  • anonymous
well...first you said it was golgi appagatus now you say it is chloroplast!! are you sure about that?? I PROMISE you it is cell wall!! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
some bactirea have cell walls as do archea
anonymous
  • anonymous
well...first off why did you think it was golgi apparatus?? I don't know if your very sure about your answer.......so I am going to let you stay with your answer and I will just stay with mine...but for anybody who looks up this question...I have done this before and I researched it.....I believe the answer to be CELL WALL because chlorplast is found in both the plant and animal cell....but CELL WALL is only found in the plant cell!! :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
chloroplast make the plant green
anonymous
  • anonymous
thats not what they are asking!!!!!!! although that might be true they are asking which is found only in PLANT CELL!!!! and that is cell wall :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_wall sections 3 - 6.2
anonymous
  • anonymous
first off that is wikipedia (not a great source) a this question is not focused on the Algal cell walls it is focusing on which is not specialized in the plant cell...and the cell wall is not specialized in any way....soo right now I am going to stop talking to you...because as you can see we both disagree...and EITHER one of us could be wrong...so I am going to stop talking :) thank you for listening to my side of the argument!!! and you have a good day :) bye!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
no because golgi apparatus is specialized in both :)

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