• Plant cell: are eukaryotic cells that differ in several key respects
from the cells of other eukaryotic organisms. Their distinctive
• nucleus, Plasmodesma, Dictyosome, Dictyosome, Nucleus, Nuclear
envelope, Endoplasmic reticulum, Peroxisome, Chloroplast,
• Mitochondria, Cytosol, Free ribosome, Tonoplast, Vacuole, cell wall,
Plasma membrane, Thylakoids, and Starch grain
• Nucleus: a central part
about which other parts
are grouped or gathered.
Also sometimes referred
to as the "control center",
is a membrane-enclosed
organelle found in
• An intercellular bridge.
• Chromatin: a
substance in the
nucleus of the
• Nuclear envelope:
• Cell Wall: the definite boundary or wall that is part
of the outer structure of certain cells, as a plant cell.
formation within the
cytoplasm that plays
a role in the
production of various
• Peroxisome: cytoplasmic organelle which
• Chloroplast : granule of chlorophyll, which is
needed for photosynthesis.
• Mitochondria : granule that plays an important
role in the respiration and energy-releasing
reactions in living cells.
• Cytosol :
liquid part of
• Free ribosome :
organelle which is
• Vacuole: space with the cytoplasm of a cell
containing various substances.
• Tonoplast :
• Plasma membrane: envelope of plasma.
• Thylakoids: membranous molecular
structures involved in photosynthesis.
• Starch Grain: starch granule.