Help your kids study the anatomy of plant cell using these free and printable plant cell diagrams labeled. These examples of the diagrams will help your kids in studying the plant cell with the illustration on the diagram. Just click on the image to get the diagrams and we’ll start by giving you the first example of plant cell below.
Shown on the plant cell diagram labeled above that plant cells are surrounded by a thick, rigid cell wall. The cells of plants are eukaryotic, with a nucleus, a vacuole, membrane-bound organelles and a cell wall. The central vacuole takes up most of the space within a plant cell. Chloroplasts: are double membrane bound organelles contain the green pigment chlorophyll, which captures sunlight energy, so that the cell can produce its own food, a process called photosyntheses. Here’s a more of the plant cell diagrams that you can print for your kids.
A plant contains specialised phloem cells, these enable the transport of signalling plant hormones and essential nutrients throughout the plant. In addition to the phloem, a plant has a transportation system known as the xylem; this system is formed from the lignification of cells to create xylem tissue, and is largely responsible for the transportation of water throughout a plant.
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