Animal and fungi are not photosynthetic. So plant is the answer
Elodea cells perform osmosis.
Animal cells don't perform photosynthesis. Plants do perform photosynthesis. Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplast of plant cells.
Plant cells contain chloroplasts with the pigment chlorophyll (an this allows them to photosynthesise) whereas Animal cells don't have chloroplasts
One main difference in the mitotic processes between plant and animals cells is that animal cells have centriole which is replicated to assist with the changes of the chromosomes that take place. Plant cells do not have centriole to help in this stage of the process.
Plant and Animal cells perform life processes using the MRS. GREN/NERG term: Movement Respiration Sensitivity Growth Reproduction Excretion Nutrition To do this just label each thing with its organ eg. Movement - Whole body Respiration - Lungs Sensitivity - Eyes, Skin, Nose, Ears & Mouth And so on... Biochemistry.
Yes, both plants & animal cells have nucleolus in their nucleus for processes like mitosis & meiosis.
Plant cells do specialize but not in the same way as animal cells. Animal cells have specialized cells such as nerve cells, reproductive cells or muscle cells etc. Plant cells do not have any of those. But Plant cells have other specialized cells such as photosynthesis cells, epidermal cells etc. Both Animal and Plant cells have specialized cells that perform a specific function to keep the cell/organism alive.
They are basically are the same except that plant cells have chloroplasts, which trap sunlight for energy.
Plant and animal cells include cytoplasm and nucleus. Cytoplasm has several cell organells to perform various activities to support life.
Bacterial cells, animal cells, and plant cells all have DNA. DNA contains information for the cell on how to perform tasks. In plant and animal cells, DNA is contained in a nucleus, unlike bacterial cells where DNA is contained in a nucleoid.Hope this helped
All living cells in any animal, plant or fungus perform respiration. They need oxygen as much as you do. :)
A plant cell is special because it has a cell wall but an animal cell doesn't. Some plant cells also have chloroplasts (to perform photosynthesis) and animal cells don't.
Mitochondria produce ATP (adenosine triphosphate) for cells to carry out necessary processes.
Yes plant cells have cytoplasm, so do animal cells. Without it the parts of a cell would be lying around unable to perform their jobs
Cellular Respiration is when plant and animal cells release energy stored in the bonds of glucose molecules.
Animal cells, not plant cells.
They are in animal cells, but are NOT in plant cells.
Plant cells have a cell wall- animal cells do not. Plant cells have chloroplasts- animal cells do not. Animal cells have centrioles- plant cells do not.
1} Plant cells have a cell wall. 2} Plant cells have chlorophyll and can perform photosnthesis. 3} Cellulose vs. Chitin or Keratin
Both animal cells and plant cells produce new cells by Mitosis, but at the "Telophase" stage (where the cell actually splits) they split differently. A cleavage furrow forms on the animal cell and it splits. For the plant cell, a cell plate forms and the cell splits.
Plant cells have cell walls and chloroplasts and animal cells do not. Animal cells have centrioles and plant cells do not.
found in animal cells but not plant cells
Most of them; except that plant cells have cell walls and animal cells do not. Plant cells have chloroplasts and animal cells do not. Plant cells can't move but many animal cells do.