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Animal cells vs. Plant cells
Plants and animals are both made up of cells. These cells are similar and different in many ways. Both have a nucleus, nucleolus, cytosol, centrosome, cytoskeleton, Golgi, ribosomes, lysosomes, peroxisome, secretory vesicles, cell membrane, mitochondrion, vacuole, a smooth enapasmic reticulum and a rough enapasmic reticulum. The only thing an animal cell has is centrioles, and the plant cells have chloroplast and cell walls.
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