What Does a Plant Cell Look like?

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A plant cell is usually surrounded by a thick and rigid cell wall on the outer layer, followed by a thin cell membrane. The cell usually contains a nucleus, nucleolus, chloroplast, mitochondrion, Golgi body, centrosome, vacuole, cytoplasm and ribosome. A plant cell is square in shape and it appears green because of the chlorophyll.
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A plant cell is spherical in shape and has a small round nucleolus inside of it. There are many parts to a plant cell like nuclear pores, ribosome, and endoplasmic reticulum.
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