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what are the parts of the cells

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  1. Animal Cell:
    Vacuole
    Mitochondrion
    MicroTubules
    Lysosomes
    GA- Golgi Apparatus
    Centrosome
    Nucleus
    Nucleolus
    RER- Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
    Cytosol
    Secretory Vesicles
    Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
    Cell Membrane
    Plant Cell:

    Vacuole
    Cell Membrane
    Chloroplast
    Microtubules
    Centrosome
    Nucleus
    Nucleolus
    Rough ER
    Smooth ER
    Perixisomes
    Lysosomes
    Cytosol
    Mitochondrion
    Cell Wall
    Golgi Appartatus

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