What is a good cell that has all the organelles meaning it has a nucleus a nucleolus ribosomes mitochondrian and vacoules etc?
Organelles are internal cell structures each of which plays a specific functional role in the cell. They are essentially the "organs" of the cell. they are subcellular structures whereas organs are multicellular. The prinipal organelles in an animal cell include the nucleus, vacuoles and mitochondria (singular: mitochondrion). The principal organelles of the plant cell include the nucleus, vacoules, mitochondria andchloroplast.
There are three vacuoles(food vacoules,waste vacoules,water vacuoles).(Frankly i don't like that answer so heres Evan helping you out!) They are membrane bound organelles that are normally in eukaryotic cells and also in some protist cells. They can also be found in fungi. ( I don't have 10 for you but that's just for starters)
i dont know dont ask me except for Nucleus- The Nucleus is the main control center for the cell it directs all the action and activities Chromatin- The chromatin is located in the nucleus. They are strands that embody genetic material. This is how the nucleus knows how to direct the cells activities. Nucleolus- the Nucleolus is a small object located inside the nucleus. It produces ribosomes. Cytoplasm- the Cytoplasm is the gel-like substance between…
What is the major physical difference between vacoules in plant cell and vocuoles in an animal cell?
The cytoplasm is where all the things in a cell reside. These things could include the nucleus, ribosomes, vacoules, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, lysosomes, and the centrosomes. The cyotplasm is like a jelly liquid that makes sure all these objects inside a cell do not hit into each other. If they did the cell would not function properly.