Choose Either A Plant Or An Animal Cell. Two Structures Or Organelles. What Do They Look Like? What Are They Composed Of?


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The basic structure of a plant and animal cell is the same except for some minor differences between the two. All cells are composed of three main parts, namely the cell membrane, the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Plant cells, however, also have a rigid cell wall outside its cell membrane. The cell membrane is made up of proteins and lipids. The cytoplasm is the living ground material in every cell and it fills the space between the cell membrane and nucleus.Its form is fluid to semi solid. It has been recently discovered that the most important part in cells is the nucleus.It is made up of DNA and contains the hereditary information.
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This sounds like homework, and it sounds as though you've just typed it word for word of your sheet, you should probably do it yourself.
There are loads of organelles you could choose...
Nucleus, Ribosomes, Golgi Apparatus, Lysosomes, Rough/Smooth Endoplasmatic Reticulum, Palsma membrane, Chloroplast, Vacuole, Cell wall etc, etc. Take any of those and type them in wikipedia and you'll get all the info you need.

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