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.
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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