Animal cells are eukaryotic cells that contain a membrane-bound nucleus.
Animal cells are eukaryotic cells that contain a membrane-bound nucleus. They are different from plant cells in that they do contain cell walls and chloroplast. The animal cell diagram is widely asked in Class 10 and 12 examinations and is beneficial to understand the structure and functions of an animal. A brief explanation of the different parts of an animal cell along with a well-labelled diagram is mentioned below for reference. Also Read Different between Plant Cell and Animal Cell
The Cell Organelles are membrane-bound, present within the cells. There are various organelles present within the cell and are classified into three categories based on the presence or absence of membrane. Listed below are the Cell Organelles of an animal cell along with their functions.
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