What is differece between plant cell and animal cell

Animal cells and plant cells are similar in many ways because both are eukaryotic cells, meaning they have a nucleus and organelles bound to membranes. There are, however, some key differences between plant cells and animal cells:

  1. Plant cells have a cell wall that surrounds their membrane, providing extra support and protection. There is no cell wall in animal cells.
  2. Photosynthesis occurs when plants convert light energy into chemical energy by using chloroplasts, which are organelles found in plant cells. Chloroplasts are not found in animal cells.
  3. There is usually a large central vacuole in plant cells, which is a fluid-filled organelle that stores water, enzymes, and other substances. There is no central vacuole in animal cells.
  4. The size of plant cells is generally larger than that of animal cells.
  5. Plant cells can have any shape, but they are usually rectangular or square. The shape of animal cells is usually round or oval.