What mitotic structures are present both in plant and animal cells?
Spindle fiber is the most common answer.
Plant and animal cells are both eukaryotic and thus they are similar in many ways However plant cells have some structures that are not present in animal cells Which of the following structures ar?
The cell wall and chloroplasts are not present in animal cells although they are both present in animal cells.
Cell wall and Chloroplasts are present in plant cells but absent in animal cells.
chloroplasts, and cellulose cell wall
They have a central vacuole, chloroplasts, and cell wall, which are in plant cells but not in animal cells.
the cell wall and chloroplasts
Chloroplasts and amyoplasts are not found in animal cells but are in plant cells. Animal cells do not have cell walls.
A structure called the mitotic can be seen between the centrioles of animal cells when cells are reproducing?
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Chloroplasts, central vacuole and cell wall
chloroplast(in which chlorophyll is present) and vacuoles (sometimes absent and mostly highly reduced in animals.
Cell walls, chloroplasts, and a larger central vacuole.
What cell component is composed of microtubles and helps move chromosomes around during cell division?
In animal cells these are the centrioles. You may also be referring to the mitotic spindle which is present in both animal and plant cells during mitosis.
cell wall, chloroplasts, and a large vacuole
Plasma membrane Cytoplasm Ribosomes DNA
Lysosomes are present in animal cells but not plant cells.
Paired structures found in animal cells are centrioles. They are located near the nucleus in the centrosome. They are only found in animal cells.
What structures participate in cell division in the animal cell but are not present in the plant cell?
Plants cells do not have centrioles. These form the mitotic apparatus during prophase in mitosis, Which include aster and spindle fibre formation, as without spindle fibres, there would be no chromosomes held and no cell division would occur .
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.
There are two structures that are found in plant cells and not animal cells. They are a cell wall and a central vacuole.
Mitotic cells are cells that undergo mitosis to form to identical cells.
what structures are found in animal cell but not plant cells
Three structures that are found in both plant cells and animal cells are a nucleus, cytoplasm, and a cell membrane.
A cell wall. They also contain chloroplasts, a vital material in producing energy for the plant cell. Animal cells have no use for chloroplasts, so they are rarely ever present because of the lack of use.
All animal cells are eukaryotic. They have a nuclear membrane (a well-defined nucleus), membrance-bounded subcellular organelles, and mitotic cell division.
Astral rays are formed in animal cells during spindle formation but not in plant cell during mitotic division.
All the organelles present in animal cells are also present in fungal cells. Fungi cells also have cell walls, like plant cells but unlike animal cells.
The fiber-like proteins units that make up the cells cytoskeleton the mitotic spindle and the centrioles in animal cells are?
Cells are not part of cells, your question makes no sense.
Chlorophyl and Chloroplast
Plant cells contain a cell wall and a vacuole, but animal cells do not.
No. They are structures found in plant and animal cells.
Elodea cells perform osmosis.
1. Cell wall present in plant cells and absent in animal cells. 2. Centrioles present in animal cells and absent in plant cells. 3. Chloroplasts & other plastids are present in plant cells; these are absent in animal cells. 4. Plant cell usually has a large vacuole, animal cells have small vacules. 5. Lysosomes are present in animal cells, hardly seen in plant cell. 6. The cell shape is defined in plants due to presence… Read More
No , it is present only in animal cells .
Centrioles are present in animal cells but absent in plant cells.
Centriole , flagella and cillia are mostly present in animal cells only .
A cell wall and chloroplasts.
cell wall and chloroplast
This question is quite ambiguous. Should it be red as 'What structures are found in plant cells that are not found in animal cells?"
In animal cells... Centrioles, asters and the spindle fibers.
It is centrioles.
What two structures are not present in a human cheek cell but would be present in a cell from the leaf of a French bean plant?
The question boils down to the difference between plant cells and animal cells. Plant cells actually have 3 things: 1.Cell wall 2. Vacuoles 3. Chloroplasts Not sure if by "structures" they mean organelles or what but I think that should help. ^^ Thank-You !! :)
in plant cell, there is no nucleus present in animal cell, there is nucleus present
During cytokinesis in animal cells, two daughter cells are produced from a single eukaryote. The end of cytokinesis marks the end of the mitotic phase of the cell cycle.
Mitotic cell division, which is mitosis and cytokinesis.
Microfilaments are present in both plant and animal cells.
Mitotic spindle fibers help with chromosome movement in animal cells. These fibers act as pathways for the chromosomes to travel across when moving around the cell.