What is the same between animal and plant cells?
they are both mostly the same except the animal cell dosen't have chloroplast. and the plant cell dosent have a cell wall
The same between animal cells and plant cells are that they are need to survive. If you didn't have them, you would be an ant. You don't want to be an ant because ants are really small. They get swished easily. You should try it. I promise this is an example. You could get an A on you Biology Exam. Everything on animal and plant cells is the same EXCEPT for the plant cells have…
Does plants and animal cells have the same shape or the same chloroplasts or the cell membrane or cells have a tough wall?
No to all of the above. Plant and animal cells do not have the same shape. Plant cells have chloroplasts. Animal cells do not. Plants have a cell wall. Animal cells have a cell membrane. However there is one atom difference between a plant's chlorophyl and a human's hemoglobin. 53% of the DNA in a human and a banana tree is the same. Similarities exist.
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.
Golgi bodies are found in both plant and animal cells. There may in fact be more Golgi bodies per cell in plant cells than in animal cells. Golgi Apparatus is found in both animal and plant cells. It is known as dictyosomes in plant cells and Golgi complex in animal cells. But the function remains the same.
Plant cells, unlike animal cells, contain a vacuole (a tube containing sugary-water), chloroplasts (balls that contain chlorophyll) and a cell wall (a hard protective case that makes the cell a hard square/rectangle shape). This is the main difference between plant and animal cells, as plant cells are rectangular and are the same size, animal cells are randomly shaped and have no hard case.
Almost everything is the same. It's easier to list differences. Plant cells have a cell wall, animal cells don't. Animal cells have only mitochondria whereas plant cells also have chloroplasts. Otherwise they're much the same: cell membranes, cytoplasm, nucleolus, ribosomes. Their genes code for proteins the same way ours do, using the same codes and RNA messengers.
Yes, there are vacuoles in eukaryotic cells, but they are much smaller than the central vacuoles in plant cells. Animal cells are similar to plant cells, and the only characteristics plant cells have that animal cells do not are that they have a cell wall, plastids, chloroplasts, and a central vacuole. But animal cells have a smaller vacuole used for the same purpose.
Animal cells do not have the same cell wall like plant cells do.Plant cells have chloroplasts for photosynthesis, but animal cells don't.Plant cells usually have one or more large vacuoles (food & liquid compartments), but some animal cells have regular vacuoles while other animal cells don't have any vacuoles. these are the reasons
an animal cell contains a nucleus as does the plant cell. the plant cell contains a cell wall but the animal cell contains a cell membrane. they bothe have the same purpose to protect the inner layer of the cells. a plant cell has a vacoule which is a storage area for cytoplasm and an animal cell does not. a plant cell also contains chloroplast which is a pigment to give the plant cells its…
Both plant and animal cells contain a variety of organelles such as the nucleus, nucleolus, ribosomes, Golgi apparatus, smooth and rough endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondrion, and a cell membrane as well as cytoplasm. Plant cells, unlike animal cells, have a cell wall, vacuole, and chloroplast and animal cells, unlike the plant cell, have centrioles. Hope this helped (:
The exact same thing that it does in animal cells. It directs the actions of the cell. Like a brain. It holds DNA information and chromosomes. It releases ribosomes, which are small, dark structures that float around in a cell. They create proteins. But the only difference between the nucleus in plant and animal cells is what it directs.