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How are lysosomes, vacuoles, and plastids similar and how are they different?

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How are lysosomes, vacuoles, and plastids similar and how are they different?

Eukaryotes:

Eukaryotes are living organisms which are characterized by the presence of a nucleus and other organelles in their cells. They have evolved multicellularity at least three times during the history of life on earth. This multicellularity gave rise to animals, fungi and plants.

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Lysosomes, vacuoles and plastids are all similar in that they are membrane bound. The membranes on these organelles are semipermeable which means they...

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Membrane-Bound Organelles in Eukaryotic Cells

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Learn about membrane-bound organelles and explore organelle examples. Study eukaryotic cell organelles and their functions, such as the nucleus, Golgi apparatus, and lysosomes.


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