Compare the appearance of animal cells (whitefish embryo) with that of the plant cells(onion root tip) during interphase, mitosis,and cytokinesis. Biology. Cell division.

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During interphase, the major differences between animal and plant cells are overall shape, appearance of vacuole(s), and location of the nucleus. Because plant cells are enclosed in a fibrous cell wall, they tend to be square or rectangular in shape with angular corners, whereas animal cells can take on a wide variety of shapes, but almost never...

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