Features of a plant and animal cells?
Nucleus, cell wall, cell membrane, cytoplasm, vacuole
Animal cells and plant cells are both eukaryotic cells, which contain membrane-bound organelles and house their genomes in a nucleus. Bacteria are prokaryotic organisms and do not have such features. To say a eukaryotic cell is a plant or animal cell is a distinction made based on what organism the cell came from.
Plant Cells have cell walls and Animal Cells don't, Plant cells have chloroplasts where as Animal cells don't, Plant cells are more rectangular and Animal cells are sort of round, Plant cells use chloroplasts for food, Animal cells use mitochondria Plant cells have one large vacuole, where as Animal cells have a lot of small ones, Plant cells lack lysosomes, while Animal cells have them, Plant cells have a central vacuole and Animal cell don't