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Secondary I • 1yr.

What are the visible structures in animal cells and plant cells under a microscope?

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    The following organelles of plant cells can be observed under a microscope:

    • Nucleus

    • Cytoplasm

    • Cell membrane

    • Vacuole

    • Mitochondria

    • Cellulose wall

    • Chloroplast


    The following organelles of animal cells can be observed under a microscope:

    • Nucleus

    • Cytoplasm

    • Cell membrane

    • Vacuole

    • Mitochondria

    Sometimes it is hard to observe smaller structures, in particular, the chloroplasts and the mitochondria. Nevertheless, they are still present.


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