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Mitochondria are found in animal cells. The plant equivalent of this "energy factory" is the chloroplast.

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They are in both animal and plant cells.


Mitochondrion, plural mitochondria, is found in both plant and animal cells. It provides the cell with energy.


Mitochondrion are found in both plant and animal cells.


Mitochondrion is located in both animal and plant cells.


Yes, it does. That is how it is related to a animal cell. :P


mitochondrion is actually the plural word for mitochondria. mitochondion are both in plants and animal cells



The mitochondrion functions similarly for both plant cells and animal cells, producing the ATP used for energy. It can be considered the cell's power plant.


Because mitochondrion are the powerhouses of the cell; they provide it with energy to move and perform functions.


Yes. All eukaryotic cells have mitochondria.


Mitochondrion are sites of cellular respiration in a cell, which produces energy in the form of ATP.


The mitochondrion converts food energy another form in which is used by the cell to provide energy to the animal


All of the cell?! ANS2: An animal cell is contained by its cellular membrane. A plant or bacterial cell is contained by its cell wall.


Mitochondria are like a cell's power plant, as they're responsible for synthesizing most of the ATP. For a plant, this is no different than for an animal.


Mitochondria are suspended in the cytoplasm of an animal cell.


Animal cells do not have cell walls (plant cells do). The cell membrane of an animal cell controls the flow of substances in and out of the cell, and keeps the cell contents contained.


Respiration is when a plant or animal cell makes energy by combining glucose (sugar) and oxygen in the mitochondrion of the cell


A mitochondrion in the plant cell helps in cellular respiration.


That would be the mitochondrion which can be found in both plant cells and animal cells. The only difference is that in an animal cell it produces ATP (energy).


The mitochondrion in any cell, plant or animal makes ATP, the energy by which we are able to everything we do and stay alive and functioning. It does this through cellular Respiration.


Plants and animal cells both have nucleus, chromosomes, vacuole, cell membrane, cytoplasm, and mitochondrion. However, plants cells have cell wall and chloroplast which animal cells don't.


(smooth & rough) endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondrion, ribosome and nucleus


It travels through the cell and bumps into other parts of the cell.


animals-cell membranes, cytoskeletons, nucleus, ribosomes, the endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondrion, vesicles and the golgi complex plants-cell walls, cell membranes, cytoskeletons, nucleus, ribosomes, the endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondrion, vesicles, the golgi complex, and chloroplasts


cell membrane and nucleus those two and ribosomes, mitochondrion, Golgi body, and the ER



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