chlorophyl Plants take in nutrients by absorption from their environment, and animals take in nutrients by bringing food inside their bodies and digesting it internally. Many plants, but not all, produce food by photosynthesis (using chlorophyl). Animals also have no cell walls, and all plants have cell walls.
Answer this question...diffirences between plant and animal
a plant makes its food a animal finds or hunts it
The most obvious difference between an animal cell and a plant cell is that animal cells have cell membranes, whereas plant cells have cell walls.
a plant cell
The easiest way to tell the difference between an animal cell and a plant cell, is that plant cells are normally square and animal cells are a random shape.
the main difference between animal and plant cell is the presence of cell wall.plants contain cell wall but animals do not.
plant cell have wall ,animal cell don't.
Plant tissues have chlorophyl and animal tissues don't
Plant and animal cells are eukaryotic and bacteria are prokaryotic
Plant cells have a cell wall, animal cells do not.
the animal cells
because you cant know the only one you have to know both of them.
plant cells do have wall animal cells don't
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The biggest difference between plant and animal cells is structure. Plants have a study cell wall that animals do not.
in plant cell, the vacoule tends to be larger than in an animal cell, where it is smaller.
Plant cells have rigid cell walls. Animal cells do not.
A beating heart.
Plant cells have chloroplasts and cell walls made of cellulose, and animal cells do not. Animal cells contain centrioles and plant cells do not.
Animal cells contain centrosomes and lysosomes while plant cells do not. Plant cells have chloroplast, which is not found in animal cells.
Plant Cell has a cell wall, and a Animal Cell has cell membrane.
The main difference between animal and plant cells are a lack of a cell wall in animal cells.