Where can you find cells that each have a cell wall a nucleus and chloroplasts?
Yes a cell has to has all those three things. The reason is that they work together to make the whole cell. Hope I could help :)
It is the animal cell which doesn't have cell wall and chloroplast as these structure are the distinguishing characteristics of plant and algal cells.
Plant cells contain both chloroplasts and cell walls. Animal cells have cell membranes instead of cell walls and mitochondria instead of chloroplasts. Prokaryotes, such as …bacteria and archaea, may have cell walls, but have no membrane-bound organelles such as chloroplasts.
If a cell has the structures nucleus cell wall and chloroplast what kingdom would it be classified in?
No. Chloroplasts are a characteristic of plants and green algae, which have nuclei in their cells. However, some bacteria, which lack nuclei photosynthesize using chlorophyll,… but that chlorophyll is not contained withing chloroplasts.
A Plant cell
The cell wall is so that the plant can have some organizationalstructure. Plants don't have a skeleton so it needs something rigidto stand upright. The cell walls of all the c…ells together form astructure. Nucleus is a feature of almost all living cells - to have thegenetic material. Plants also have choloroplast so that they can carry outphotosynthesis.
Plant cells contain chloroplasts and have cell walls, more specifically, palisade and spongy cells within plant leaves.
That cannot be a plant or animal. It can be a fungal cell
What type of cell could have chloroplasts a cell wall mitochondria ribosomes a nucleus and an endoplasmic?
It should be a eukariyotic cell. That is a plant cell
Nucleus is in eukariyotic organisms.Chloroplasts in photosyntheticorganisms. Ex: plants,algae
Photosynthetic eukariyotic cells have them. Examples are plants andalgae
A plant cell.