What structure does aceto-orcein stain in plant cells or animal cells?
I assume you really mean, "What structure does a plant cell have that an animal cell does not?" Plant cells have a cell wall. Animal cells do not.
Plant cells have a cell wall, while animal cells do not.
It is the part that controls both animal and plant cells
animal cells have more of a round structure and plant cells have more of a square/rectangular structure or more defined
Most of them; except that plant cells have cell walls and animal cells do not. Plant cells have chloroplasts and animal cells do not. Plant cells can't move but many animal cells do.
Plant cells have a cell wall, which animal cells do not have (they have a cell membrane instead).
Plant cells have a rigid structure, while animal cells have a more flexible structure. Explanation... A plant cell contains a cell wall (made primarily of cellulose) which gives the cell a rigid structure. Animal cells do not contain cell walls, so they have a more flexible structure defined by their underlying cytoskeleton. Both plant cells and animals divide. In both plant cells and animal cells, the DNA is stored in the nucleus. Plant cells carry… Read More
Both plant and bacterial cells have a cell wall, but animal cells do not.
The plant cell has a structure called a cell wall and the animal cells don't.
Plant cells have cell membranes and chloroplasts.
Plant cells have cell walls and chloroplasts (for photosynthesis). Animal cells do not.
The cell wall is a structure that plant cells, bacteria cells, and fungal cells have but animal cells do not. Chloroplasts are organelles that plant cells have but bacteria cells, fungal cells, and animal cells do not.
Because plant cells need to have a strong structure to hold the plant up...with out them the plant would just fall over.... animal cells have a skeleton like structure!!
an animal cells structure is flexiable while a plant cells structure is rigid
Cell membranes are found surrounding both plant and animal cells
Animal cells have lysosomes and plants cells do not.
Plant cells have cell walls. The cells in a plants leaf will have chloroplasts too which animal cells do not have.
Animal cells have more intracellular molecules and the plant cells are limited in the cell structure. Plant cells have chloroplasts to produce chlorophyll. Animal cells do not have these. Plant cells have cell walls and they are squarish, and animal cells do not have cell walls and are round.
The cell wall
Plant cells have a cell wall around the outside, but animal cells only have a cell membrane.
Mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) are found in bacteria and animal cells. They are not found in plant cells. Plant cells have chloroplasts.
Plant cells have a cell wall- stiff outer layer and animal cells do not. Plant cells also have cloroypill which makes them green and animal cells do not
both the bacteria and the plant cell have a cell wall, where an animal cell does not
both plant and animal cells have, a nucleus, nucleolus, ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, and a vacuole.
Plant cells have a cell wall and a cell membrane for structure. Animal cells only have a cell membrane.
Plant cells have a cell wall (made of cellulose), which animal cells do not.
a cell plate
cell walls. :)
animal cells, if you dont believe me
Plant cells have chloroplasts (photosynthesising organelles), which are not present in animal cells. Plant cells also have outer cell walls, which help maintain structure and turgidity, which animal cells also lack.
Yes, whereas both plant and animal cells have flexible cell membranes, only plant cells have a rigid inflexible cell wall.
plant cells have 7 parts while animal are made up of only 5
Plant cells have cell walls (cellulose), sap vacuoles, endoplasmic reticulums & plastids (chloroplats, leucoplasts, etc.) which amimal cells don't have. Animal cells have centrioles for cell division which plant cells don't have.
The biggest difference between plant and animal cells is structure. Plants have a study cell wall that animals do not.
The structure found in plant cells but not animal cells that carries out the process of photosynthesis is the?
Cell walls and chloroplasts.
Plant and animal cells both have a plasma membrane, cytoplasm, a membrane-bound nucleus, and other membrane-bound organelles.
A cell membrane is found in both plant and animal cells. Part of the cell theory states that all cells have this structure in common.
In cells with a cell wall plates forms and seperates the new cells which animal cels can not do.
This is similarity in structure of both animal and plant cell: Both plant and animal cell have a nucleus Both have a cell membrane Both have a cytoplasm Both plant and animal cell contain ribosomes
plant cells have a cell wall, animal cells don't plant cells have chloroplasts, animals don't animal cells have cilia and flagella plant cells have a central vacuole, animals only have a vacuole