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Cell structure
Animal cells and plant cells have certain structures in common.
Structure
Function
Cytoplasm
Where most of the chemical reactions happen
Nucleus
Contains genetic material which controls the cell’s activities
Cell membrane Controls the movement of substances in and out of the cell
Mitochondria
Where most energy is released in respiration
Ribosomes
Where protein synthesis happens
Plant cells have additional structures.
Structure
Function
Chloroplasts
Absorb light energy for photosynthesis
Cell wall
Strengthens the cell and supports the plant
Permanent vacuole
Filled with cell sap to help keep the cell swollen
Animal cells may also have vacuoles, but these are small and temporary.
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