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What extra organelles do plant cells have that eukaryotic cells do not?

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Organelles found only in plant cells and not in animal cells (Mnemonic: Cute Cactus):

Chloroplasts - These organelles contain chlorophyll (a green pigment which attracts sunlight required for photosynthesis).

Cell Wall - Provide structural support and maintains shape of cells.


(Don't forget that plant cells and animal cells are both eukaryotic cells).

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