Describe the shape and location of chloroplasts?
it is lens (oval disk-) shaped and is located in plant cells throughout the cytoplasm
onion cells are rectangular in shape. They are gray under a microscope unless they are dyed with iodine. Onion cells have cell walls because they are part of the kingdom plantae and they need the cell wall for support and structure. They have no chloroplasts because onion grows underground and gets no sunlight for photosynthesis, the plant doesn't waste its chloroplasts on its onions
Describe the features that distinguish prokaryotes from eukaryotes and plant cells from animal cells?
Eukaryotic cells contain more than one chromosome, having nucleus, and contain mitochondria while prokaryotic cells have no nucleus, no mitochondria, and contains plasmids. Some characteristics of plant cells include a cellular wall made of cellulose, a rectangular shape, the presence of chloroplasts, and, in some cases, the presence of cilia. As for animal cells, they do not have a cell wall, they have a roundish shape, no chloroplasts, and all types have cilia.
An Animal Cell Doesn't Have A Cell Wall. animal cells have no cell wall, have an (irregularly) circular shape, and have no chloroplasts. plant cells have a cell wall, have a rectangular shape, and have chloroplasts. If you're looking under a microscope you should be able to see these things clearly. (The chloroplasts are the little green circles everywhere) :)