Do animals have a cell wall made of cellulose or chloroplast?
Animals do not have cell walls. They only have cell membranes. Plants have cell walls made up of cellulose. Chloroplats are made up of stacked thyklaoids called grana that are involved in energy produciton through photosynethis.
Organelles are the building block of cells. Some organelles found exclusively to plants are the chloroplast they contain and the cell wall. The chloroplast create energy for th plant cell by using photosynthesis(Getting energy from the sun) The cell wall is made of cellulose the main ingredient in wood and protects the cell from the outside world.
a plant cell contains a cell wall made up of cellulose and an animal cell does not have a cell wall. Plant cells contain chloroplast which allows the plant to be green in color. Plant cells contain large vacuoles and animal cells do not. Animals cells contain flagellae and centrioles which are not found in plant cells
The cell membrane is made of neither protoplasm nor cellulose. The cell membrane is mostly composed of molecules called phospholipids - which have a phosphate head and a lipid tail. The cell wall of plant cells (which is different to the cell membrane) is made mostly of cellulose. Protoplasm refers to all the living contents of a cell (which are surrounded by the cell membrane).