Answer: Animal and plant cells are eukaryotic cells. Eukaryotic cells contain many complex structures, with each structure having a different yet vital function.They are the basic building blocks of multicellular organisms. Animal and plant cells are different from each other in that plant cells have cell walls and chloroplasts and animal cells have smaller vacuoles.
Answer: Not all types of plant cells perform photosynthesis. Most cells onthe shoot of the plant (depending on the plant) are capable ofphotosynthesis. However, most root cells are white because theylack pigments and, therefore, are incapable of photosynthesis.
Answer: Both animal and plant cells contian a cell membrane, nucleus, ribosomes, Golgi complex and mitochondria. Plant cells have the addition of cell walls, vacuoles and chloroplasts. Cell membrane-holds the contents of the cell together and allows thing in and out accordingly (is made from phospholipids) Nucleus-main body of DNA (control centre of the cell) Ribosomes-make proteins Golgi complex-transform proteins into more comlex molecules and transort these out of and into cells Mitochondria-create energy through aerobic respiration Cell walls(found only in plant cells)-are made of cellulose and keep the cells rigid Vacuoles(found only in plant cells)-are filled with a sap like liquid that helps keep the structure rigid Chloroplasts(found only in plant cells)-like mitochondria, they turn one kind of energy into another using photosynthesis
Answer: This is correct. The chlorophyll is a pigment that, in addition to making the leaf green, it allows photosynthesis which is the process of using sunlight to convert carbon dioxide to oxygen in addition to making proteins and sugars. All life on earth is reliant on photosynthesis.