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teacher: Alfonso Gonzalez

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Animal Cells vs. Plant Cells
When we first started to learn about the different and a likes between the animal and plant cells I made a prediction that they both and nothing alike but like 2 or 3 things. But plant and animal cells have alike is they both have; nucleus, nucleolus, cytosal, peroxisomer, ribosomes, glogi, lysosomes, peroxisomer, and lots more. They are different because animal cells don't have a thick cell wall surrounding them like the plat cell. Animal cells have a gullet, the captivity of the pharynx, while the plant cells don't. And this is how plant and animal cells are alike and different.

Note from Mr. G - How about chloroplasts?
Article posted January 6, 2012 at 01:57 PM • comment • Reads 41 • Return to Blog List
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