Download our collection of a printable labeled diagram showing the structures of a plant cell. These diagrams of a plant cell show the basic plant cell anatomy and the comparison with the animal cell. Study the anatomy of a plant cell with the help of these diagrams that are available and ready to be printed! This set of diagram each contains the ultimate guide to the components of a plant cell. Check out the detailed illustration in the following diagrams below.
The diagram of a plant cell above shows you the comparison of the anatomy between the plant and animal cell. Plant cells contain plastids, the most notable being chloroplasts, which contain the green-colored pigment chlorophyll that converts the energy of sunlight into chemical energy that the plant uses to make its own food from water and carbon dioxide in the process known as photosynthesis. Plant cells also have membrane-enclosed nuclei and organelles, because they can manufacture their own food.
This diagram shows the various parts of a plant cell. Plant cells are the basic building block of plant life, and they carry out all of the functions necessary for survival. Learning about the plant cell structures will help you to understand how plants are able to do photosynthesis and its differences with the animal cell.
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