Plant Cell: The plant cell is in many ways like the cells that come from the animal kingdom however there are a few differences between the both of them. The animal cell is longer lasting than most plant cells however the animal cells are known to constantly break down and renew themselves while the plant cells have one lifecycle before they are gone for good. The cell membrane covers the cells by wrapping the contents of the cell in a protective covering. This is the same as an animal cell which also has a cell membrane to keep everything inside the cell safe. The cell wall is the external cell membrane used for more protection than just the thin layer of cell membrane. Without the cell wall the membrane could be easily punctured and therefore the cell would be easily damaged and destroyed.
The nucleus is what is commonly referred to as the cell brain and is responsible for the actions of the cell in both the plant kingdom and the animal kingdom which means that both types of cells have a nucleus. The animal and the plant cells both have mitochondria within the cell however these cell parts are responsible for different activities in each type of cell but are related to the growth of both the plant and the animal. The Golgi vesicle is another part of the cell which the cells rely on for their everyday activities such as keeping the plant healthy and strong. Without the entire combine parts of the cells there would be little or no activity going on which would mean that the cells would be incapable of completing all of their functions correctly.
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