differentiate between plant tissue and animal tissue?

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plant cells have cell wall while animal cells only have cell membrane. 

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PLANT TISSUES - generally large in size.

  - have large vacuoles.

  - nucleous is present near the periphery.

  - cell wall is present

  - cytoplasm have chloroplast.

ANIMAL TISSUES - generally small in size.

  -  have small vacuoles.

  - nucleous present in the center of the cell.

  -cell wall is absent.

THAT'S SOLVE

  - cytoplasm doesn't have chloroplast .

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 PLANT TISSUES - generally large in size.

- have large vacuoles.

- nucleous is present near the periphery.

- cell wall is present

- cytoplasm have chloroplast.

ANIMAL TISSUES - generally small in size.

- have small vacuoles.

- nucleous present in the center of the cell.

-cell wall is absent.

THAT 'S SOLVE

- cytoplasm doesn 't have chloroplast .

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There are two significant differences between plant and animal tissues. Plant cells contain chloroplast organelles, which are used to transform sunlight into energy for the cell. Plant cells also have a cell wall, which is much stronger than the cell membrane surrounding animal cells

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plant tissue:

1. most of the plants are stationary and remain fixed at one place, i.e., they do naot move from one place to another. they need comparetively less energy. therefore, most of the tissues of plants are supportive in funtion and provide mechanical streanth. theese tissues are thick wall, lignified and dead, that is, they do not contain living protoplasm. examples- sclerenchyma, xylem, tracheids and vessels, cork, tc.

animal tissue:

1. animals are not stationary and move from ane place to another in search of food, meats and shelter. they need more energy as compared to plants. therefore, animal tissues are made up of living cells. example- nervous tissues, muscular tissues, conective tissues, etc.

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PLANTTISSUE

1.Cells of plant tissue have cell wall.

2.Some tissues are living and some are dead.

3.These tissues mainly act as supportive parts in different functions and provide strength.

4.Mainly two types of tissues permanent and meristematic.

5. These tissues require less energy and maintenance as plants do not require movement.

ANIMALTISSUE

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Cells of animal tissue do not have cell wall.

2.All tissues are living.

3.These tissues control all functions even movement.

4.Four types muscle tissue, epithelial, nervous, connective.

5.Due to extensive body mobility these tissues require more energy and maintenance

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Plant tissue 1) they've a stationary phase. 2) they do not require lot of energy 3) they have more dead cells as it produces mechanical energy 4) they are able to make their own food 5) they are of 2 types - meristematic and permanent tissue Animal tissue 1) they've locamative phase 2) they require a lot of energy 3) they have more living cells. 4) they cannot make their own food and depend on other organism 5) they are of 4 types - epithelial , connective , muscular and nervous tissue
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Here is the difference between plant tissue and animal tissue

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Plant tissue and animal tissue

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Plant tissue is a cell which has plastids and a large vacoule and it also has cell wall 1,but it doesn't have centrosome
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HI,

ANSWER:

               Plant Cell:
  1. Cell wall is present.
  2. Cytoplasm is not as dense as in an animal cell.
  3. A large vacuole is present.
  4. Plastids are usually present.
  5. Centrosome is absent.

                Animal Cell:
  1. Cell wall is absent.
  2. Cytoplasm is dense.
  3. Vacuoles are generally absent. if present, they are small in size.
  4. Plastids are absent.
  5. Centrosome is present.

HOPE THE ABOVE ANSWER WAS HELPFUL.
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Hiiii, hope this will help u .... Plant tissues 1) they require less maintenance energy. 2) organisation of plant tissues is simple. 3) their organisation is meant for stationary. habit. 4) they continue to grow throughout life. Animal tissues 1) they require more maintenance energy. 2) organisation of animal tissues is complex 3) their organisation is meant towards high mobility 4) do not show growth after reaching maturity.
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                PLANT CELL                                                                            ANIMAL CELL
1.  
It is larger than animal cell.                                                   1. It is smallar then plant cell.
2 . Plastids are present .                                                            2. Plasties are absent
3. Presence of cell wall.                                                              3.  Absence of  cell wall.
4. Vacoules are large.                                                                  4. Vacoules are small.
5. Centriole is absent.                                                                  5. Centriole is present. 


      
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Originally Answered: What is the difference between plant and animals tissue?

 

Plant tissue is divided into 4 parts:

  1. Dermal
  2. Ground
  3. Vascular
  4. Meristematic

Animal tissue is also divided into 4 parts:

  1. Epithelial
  2. Connective
  3. Muscle
  4. Nervous
The main difference between Plant and Animal TISSUE is due to the fact that Animals move while plants are stationary. ... Animal tissue has more LIVING CELLS (to provide for the high energy requirement) while plants have more dead cell (providing for mechanical support which is of a higher priority in plants)
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MATTER ARE LIVING THING
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The end up being able
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plant tissue
*plant tissue have a tasnary phase.
*the plant tissue do not required lot of energy.
*the plant tissue have more dead cell.
*plant tissue are able to make there own food.

animal tissue
*the tissue have a locomotive phase.
*the animal tissue required lot of energy.
*animal tissue have more living cell.
*animal tissue cannot make their own food and depend on other organising.
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