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nuvleus, mitochondria,vacuoles, cell membrane plants have these 2 additional organelles: chloroplasts and cell walls


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the nucleolus, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi apparatus, vacuoles, and vesicles, lysosomes, peroxisome, mitochondrion, and chloroplast

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Mitochondria are not cells, they are parts of cells, belonging to a category called organelles. Animal cells have them. They produce energy.

cytoplasm i think :) Added: No. The liquid and the organelles are called the cytoplasm. The liquid the organelles float in is called the cytosol.

Animal cells use organelles (so do plant cells). Cells with organelles are called "eukaryotic" which means these are cells that have a nucleus (which is one of the organelles).

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organelles are non living if organelles were non living then they must be called the structural and functional unit of life.

Various components of a cell are called cell organelles. Various living activities are performed with the help of these organelles.

Membranous organelles are called membranous because the membranes form as boundaries that bound the organelles.Refer to link below.

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Plant cells have to have some extra organelles because they perform photosynthesis. These organelles are called chloroplasts. Chloroplasts contain chlorophyll.

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