Animal Cell Characteristics?


An animal cell has numerous characteristics some of which differentiate it from plant cells. Some of these include a cell membrane (no cell wall), they contain different organelles and have a nucleus. The animal cells are also circular in shape.
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Animal cells do not have Cell Walls, or Vacuoles, or Chloroplasts.
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