Is the animal cell larger than the plant cell?

Answer A plant cell tends to be larger than an animal cell. This is because plant cells have large vacuoles to store water, which animal cells don't have. The vacuole can expand to store up to 90 percent ... Read More »

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Is the nucleus of an animal cell bigger than a plant cell?

The nucleus of a plant cell is larger than that of an animal cell as a plant cell nucleus contains one vacuole---a compound storage compartment or cavity---that is larger (nearly 90 percent volume ... Read More »

Does an animal cell or a plant cell have more organelles?

Plant cells have more organelles than animal cells. Plants cells have chloroplasts, where chlorophyll is made and photosynthesized to make food for the plant. Tuberous plant cells have amylosplasts... Read More »

How to Distinguish Between Cell Division in Both the Plant & Animal Cell?

Animal cells and plant cells, while similar in function, behave differently and use their varying parts for special purposes. When studying the differences between how each cell divides, you should... Read More »

Is sperm an animal cell or a plant cell?

Sperm is a male animal reproductive cell. Plant and animal cells differ in that plant cells have organelles called chloroplasts filled with chlorophyll, which conduct photosynthesis. Animal cells d... Read More »