These plant cell diagrams show each part of the plant cell including the chloroplast, cell wall, plasma membrane, nucleus, mitochondria, ribosomes, etc. All of the diagrams are provided in the quality that allows you to print it. This diagram is a great way to learn the different components of the plant cell for your upcoming Biology exam.
Shown above is a plant cell diagram. Notice all the parts in the illustration. A plant cell is defined as a cell which has a nucleus and organelles bounded by a thick and rigid cell wall. Within this rigid cell wall, there are chloroplast organelles containing chlorophyll. Chlorophyll converts sunlight into energy and gives plant cells their green color.
Plant cells are eukaryotic cells, which have a true nucleus along with specialized structures called organelles that carry out different functions. Plant cells are the basic building block of plant life, and they carry out all of the functions necessary for survival. Photosynthesis, the making of food from light energy, carbon dioxide, and water, occurs in the chloroplasts of the cell. The plant cell has many different parts. Each part of the cell has a specialized function. These structures are called organelles.
This diagram collection above shows the various parts of a plant cell. You can notice all the specialized structures in plant cells including chloroplasts, a large vacuole, and the cell wall. We also provided the unlabeled diagrams for evaluation and review process. Save and print the diagrams to ease you in studying it!