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B can be a correct answer too because animal cells also do not have cell walls.

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Tell me what animal cell has a cell wall hahahahah

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The answer is A. The thin, flexible barrier around a cell called plasma membrane. Cells have many different purposes and many different parts which allow cells to go to certain areas to perform numerous varying tasks. Chloroplast is not found in humans but is responsible for creating energy...Read More

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Endocytosis is the process of bringing something into a cell by forming a plasma membrane around it to allow it to pass through the membrane. The prefix “endo” means “bring into”, and cytosis is anything related to the cell. To bring something into the cell this way...Read More

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There are many theories in science. Today, this theory of the cell is believed and accepted by all in the science world. The cell theory means that living things are made up of cells. Cells are the tiniest unit of the living things. Cells do certain things. The cell theory includes three main...Read More

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Plasma membrane & cell membrane that protects the cell's inside.

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Large central vacuole can only be found in plant cell not in animal cell. And also chlorophyll is found in the chloroplast which is responsible for photosynthesis in the plant and we all know plant cell have cell not animals. None of the answers is...Read More

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Most plant cells do not have centrioles. These are tubular fibers that are used to help the cell divide at the end of mitosis. It is a spindle-like fibrous tube that expands from one side of the cell to the other. Then, they slowly contract and help the cytoplasm and chromosomes come to the...Read More

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The correct answer to this question is D, DNA Strands. DNA was first isolated in 1869 by Friedrich Miescher and first identified in 1953 by Francis Crick and James Watson. DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid. It is a molecule which has two chains coiled around each other. These coils form a...Read More

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Golgi body is known as the post office of a cell.

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