What Does an Animal Cell Look like?


An animal cell has sacs of enzymes known as lysosomes, which are tasked with breaking down some of the large molecules that enter the sell. It also has a cytoplasm that contains numerous organelles. However, unlike plant cells, it lacks cell walls and chloroplasts.
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An animal cell is a lot more complex than a plant cell. It has many microvilli on the outside to give maximum surface area for food absorption, and also for cell movement. Animal cells also have organs such as the endoplasmic cytoplasm, mitochondria, peroxisomes, ribosomes, and the nucleus.
An animal cell looks pretty much like any ordinary cell, with such parts as a cell membrane on the outer edge , a nucleus in the middle, and cytoplasm between the nucleus and membrane. You can find more information here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/animals/cell/
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