Plant Cells and Animals Cells Concept Map
A plant cell contains a large, singular vacuole that is used for storing and maintaining the cell's shape. In contrast, animal cells have many smaller vacuoles. Plant and animal cells show membrane-bound organelles such as the nucleus and mitochondria. However, because plant and animal cells have different needs, they do not look the same or have all of the same organelles. A plant cell has a large, singular vacuole that is used for storage and to keep the cell's shape. Animal cells, on the other hand, have many smaller vacuoles. Download EdrawMind and start creating the Plant cells and animal cells concept map for your exams and revisions.
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