What are all the organelles in a plant cell?


What are all the organelles in a plant cell?


Plant cells have specialized structures, called organelles, that serve particular roles that support the function of the cell. Animal cells also have organelles. Many of the same organelles are found in both plant and animal cells, but there are some that are only in plants or only in animals.

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All the organelles found in a plant cell are: nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, Golgi bodies, lysosomes, mitochondria, vacuoles, cell wall,...

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