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  • one year ago

Which of the following correctly compares how plant and animal cells differ?

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  1. anonymous
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    what are the answer choices ?

  2. anonymous
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    Plant cells have chloroplasts and mitochondria for energy, but animal cells do not have mitochondria. Plant cells have a cell membrane and cell walls for support, but animal cells do not have cell walls. Plant cells have ribosomes for synthesis, while animal cells have the Golgi apparatus. Plant cells have many small vacuoles for storage while animal cells have one large central vacuole. Plant cells have chloroplasts and mitochondria for energy, but animal cells do not have mitochondria. Plant cells have a cell membrane and cell walls for support, but animal cells do not have cell walls. Plant cells have ribosomes for synthesis, while animal cells have the Golgi apparatus. Plant cells have many small vacuoles for storage while animal cells have one large central vacuole.

  3. anonymous
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    @Raymaa

  4. anonymous
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    Although, the overall function of the cell is the same, there are some important differences between animal and plant cells. The first difference is that plant cells have an organelle called chloroplast. Chloroplasts contain a pigment called chlorophyll (which gives the plant its green color)

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    ok thank you

  6. anonymous
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    @raymaa @loulou2017 Chloroplasts has nothing to do with the answer here.

  7. rvc
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    what about the boundary?

  8. anonymous
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    Boundary?

  9. rvc
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    the cell wall

  10. anonymous
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    That seems highly relevant.

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