What are 8 organelles in the body?
nucleus,mitochondria,ER,lysosomes,ribosomes,golgi bodies and vacuoles
ORGAN : It is present in the entire body , whereas ORGANELLES : It is present inside the cell. ORGAN : Organs are large , whereas ORGANELLES : It is microscopic . ORGAN : Organs perform function for the body like liver , kidney etc , whereas ORGANELLES : Organelles perform function for the cell like mitochondria , ribosomes
The components of a cell that perform specialized functions are called organelles. Organelles function similarly to organs in the body, each one performing a specific function that maintains the unit as a whole. Organelles, however, are much simpler than organs (which are composed of cells which are composed of organelles), and are typically much less versatile.
I am assuming you meant organelles...if so, the organelles found in plant cells are sort of like those found in animal cells except animal cells do not contain chloroplast organelles used in plants for photosynthesis. The organelles in plant cells include: nucleus, plastids, ribosomes, mitochondria, Golgi body, endoplasmic reticulum, vacuoles, and peroxisomes.