Animals CELL VS PLANT CELL
Animal cells are similar to plant cells in that they are both eukaryotic cells and have similar organelles. Animal cells are generally smaller than plant cells. While animal cells come in various sizes and tend to have irregular shapes, plant cells are more similar in size and are typically rectangular or cube shaped. A plant cell also contains structures not found in an animal cell. Some of these include a cell wall, a large vacuole, and plastids. Plastids, such as chloroplasts, assist in storing and harvesting needed substances for the plant. Animal cells also contain structures such as centrioles, lysosomes, cilia, and flagella that are not typically found in plant cells.
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Puberty Changes That happens to Boys and girls
As females grow older, they start to develop and grow physically and also mentally. Signs of puberty are as follows, periods starts- which is when your body releases and egg a month for you to create an offspring, breasts develop to store milk for their child, hips get wider- to keep the baby growing inside the womb, pubic hair grows- in the vagina etc, underarm hair, pimples etc..
And as for the males, they go through similar things however minus having the periods as they don't produce eggs. The changes they go through are voice cracks, shoulders get broader, hair grows- facially on the face, chest and underarm, pubic hair- which grows on the penis, testis and penis gets larger in size, testis make sperm.