• Plants have eukaryotic cells with large central vacuoles, cell walls containing cellulose, and plastids such as chloroplasts and chromoplasts.
  • Different types of plant cells include parenchymal, collenchymal and sclerenchymal cells.
  • The three types differ in structure and function.
  • There are three basic types of cells in most plants.
  • These cells make up ground tissue, which will be discussed in another concept.
  • Plant cells have the same structures as animal cells, plus some additional structures.
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