Are you a Biology student currently studying about the plant cell? If you are still looking for an effective and helpful medium to help you study the cell structure better, then download and print the following plant cell diagrams. These diagrams can be used to remember and understand the structures of a plant cell. Study these printable diagrams of a plant cell with the labels for the start and then print the unlabeled diagram for a quick test. Here is the first labeled plant cell. Click to enlarge.
You can study each part of the plant cell structure using these diagrams. These plant cell diagrams show each part of the plant cell including the chloroplast, cell wall, plasma membrane, nucleus, mitochondria, ribosomes, etc. The cell is surrounded by a cell or plasma membrane. The nucleus is the control center of the cell. The cytoplasm surrounds the nucleus. Check out the diagrams of the plant cell in the following images below to spot the aforementioned components!
The vacuole is a storage area for the plant cell which contains cell sap. The chloroplasts contain chlorophyll where photosynthesis occurs. Chlorophyll converts sunlight into energy and gives plant cells their green color. Meanwhile, the cell walls provide shape to form the tissue and organs of the plant and play an important role in intercellular communication and plant-microbe interactions. The following diagrams are provided without the labels as an evaluation media.
The unlabeled diagrams can be used as a reference, quick quiz, homework assignment, or biology test –all your study aids. Choose from the variations of the plant cell diagram: labeled, blank, and unlabeled, in color and black and white! Print these as your reference or study guides!