Mitochondria (the powerhouse of the cell) are found in bacteria and animal cells. They are not found in plant cells. Plant cells have chloroplasts.
Ribosomes are found in both plant and animal cells. They are responsible for the creation of proteins. Ribosomes are also found in other eukaryotic cells, as well as bacteria and archaea. The ribosomes found in bacteria and archaea are very different from those found in eukaryotic cells.
cell wall, chloroplasts, and vacuoles
The two cell structure groups are Prokaryote cells(In bacteria and fungi) and Eukaryote cells(found in animal cells)
a cell wall is only found in plants and bacteria. Chloroplasts are only found in cells
Chloroplasts and cell wall. :3
Animal cells have lysosomes and plants cells do not.
It is found in both plant and animal cells but not bacteria.
The cell wall, though the materials making up this cell wall are different in plants and bacteria.
Animal cells do NOT contain chloroplasts or cell walls.
Plant and animal cells, being eukaryotic cells, have nuclei. These are not present in bacteria since they are prokaryotic (before-yolk, i.e. before-nucleus) cells by definition. Viruses also do not have nuclei since they are acellular in nature.
DNA is vital to all life and found in the nucleus of plant and animal cells and the cytoplasm of bacteria.
Plant and animal cells have a nucleus. Eukaryotic cells have a nucleus but most bacteria, that aren't eukaryotic, don't have a nucleus.
Both plant and bacterial cells have a cell wall, but animal cells do not.