What Does a Vacuole Look like?

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A vacuole is found in cells and looks like a storage bubble. These are found in animals and plants. The vacuole stores nutrients for a cell that it needs to survive. It can also store waste products that may contaminate the cells.
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they look like sacs.
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Most vacuoles just look like little bubbles. They are simple membrane sacs that store
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A vacuole is a membrane-bound vesicle found in plant cell cytoplasm. Its functions include intracellular secretion, excretion, storage, and digestion.
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A grape?
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A vacuole is a plant and fungal cell that is membrane-bound and is usually large in plants and small in animals. This organelle has enclosed compartments that are filled with water. The water contains inorganic as well as organic molecules such as enzymes.
A vacuole is a sac like structure surrounded by a thin membrane, found in both plant and animal cells. It helps in intracellular digestion and the release of cellular waste products.
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