Here we have free and printable plant cell diagrams labeled for you who are learning about the structure of plant cell. All of the plant cell diagrams show you the detailed illustration of a plant cell and its structure. So just explore the following diagrams and find yourself the one that is perfect for your study reference!
As you can see on the first plant cell diagram above, the plant cell is a rectangular and comparatively larger than the animal cells. A plant cell has cell walls containing cellulose, hemicelluloses, and pectin, the presence of plastids with the capability to perform photosynthesis and store starch, a large vacuole that regulates turgor pressure, the absence of flagella or centrioles, except in the gametes. Plant cells are differentiated from the cells of other organisms by their cell walls, chloroplasts, and central vacuole.
The chloroplasts within plant cells can undergo photosynthesis, to produce glucose. In doing so, the cells use carbon dioxide and they release oxygen. The other components of a plant cell, the cell wall, and central vacuole, work together to give the cell rigidity. The plant cell will store water in the central vacuole, which expands the vacuole into the sides of the cell. Now try to spot these components of a plant cell structure in the following diagrams below.
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