What Do Plant Cells Look like?

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Plant cells are surrounded by a thick, rigid cell wall unlike animal cells. They also possess definite shapes, which may be oval, rectangular or box-like. They are made up of parts which include amyloplast, cell membrane, chloroplast and chlorophyll.
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1. Draw a large square with slightly rounded corners. This square represents the cell wall. A cell wall surrounds the cell membrane and adds structure and support to the plant cell.
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Plant cell possess definite shape, it may be oval, rectangular or box-like, it can also can be ovoid depending upon the tissue type. The rigidity of plant cell is due to the presence
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Although animals use mitochondria to help produce food, plants rely on chloroplasts. Mitochondria, which are membrane-enclosed organelles, metabolize chemical fuels, sugars and fats
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Chloroplast. It has chlorophyll and it is somthing green and round.
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Plant cells are usually oval are rectangular. They have a definite shape. A plant cell has a very thick border around it called the cell wall. You can find more information here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/plants/cell/
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