What parts do plant and animal cells consist of? What are their similarities and differences?

Both the plant and animal cells are composed of the membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm and the organelles present in it. The animal and plant cells differ in precisely these organoids: in the plant cell there are plastids, there is a large central vacuole, there is a cell wall. The animal does not have the above organelles, but vacuoles are divided by function – digestive (lysosomes) contractile, mitochondria, etc.

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