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Discuss the primary differences between how plants and animals deal with any TWO of the following three characteristics of life •cell structure. •metabolism. •reproduction

MIT OCW Biology
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plants have cell walls ) plants can make their own food (they have chloroplasts). ) plant cells have vacuoles so that they can store a lot more water.
animal cells have centrioles which plants do not have. animal cell are heterotrophs and plants are autotrophs plants cells have cell walls composed of cellulose and animal cells do not have any.
Also plant cells are not mobile and animal cells are, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Plant… http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Anima…

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