Having a test on cell diagram tomorrow? Still trying to figure out how to differentiate between animal and plant cell structures? Here is a collection of printable comparison diagram of animal and plant cell structure. This plant and animal cell diagram collection is useful to use for the comparative study of a plant cell and an animal cell. The first diagram below shows you the labeled differences between the two cells.
Get a better understanding of the similarities as well as the differences between these two types of biological structures by exploring these plant and animal cell diagrams. The significant differences between plant and animal cells are shown in the diagram above. Animal and plant cells have some of the same cell components in common including a nucleus, Golgi complex, endoplasmic reticulum, ribosomes, mitochondria, peroxisomes, cytoskeleton, and cell (plasma) membrane. Now try to label the most important structures of plant and animal cells on the comparison diagrams below and study of how much these cells have in common.
Animal and plant cells are different in many ways. The animal cell is filled with a solution of water and nutrients to form a fluid called the cytoplasm. The vacuole is a storage area for the plant cell. The vacuole contains cell sap. The chloroplasts contain chlorophyll where photosynthesis occurs. The following comparison diagrams are provided without the labels.
It is important that you know the structure of animal and plant cells and are able to label the different parts. These blank diagrams are perfect for use as a reference, quick quiz, homework assignment, or biology test!