The correct answer is for the blank is -
human cheek cell.
Cell wall can be described as a rigid layer, composed of polysaccharides (such as cellulose in higher plants) and present outside the cell membrane ( also called plasma membrane) in plants, fungi, and bacteria.
It is absent in animal cells, such as human cheek cells (where only cell membrane is present, surrounding the cytoplasm of cell).
Thus, human cheek cell does not contain cell wall.
2. A. Carbohydrates are broken down in respiration to release energy for the metabolic life processes.
3. A. Organs are made up of tissues. Organ systems are made up of organs. Tissues are made up of cells. Cells are made up of molecules.
A cell wall is the wall of a cell in plants, bacteria, fungi, algae, and some archaea. Animal cells do not have cell walls, nor do protozoa. Cell walls protect the cells from damage. It is also there to make the cell strong, to keep its shape, and to control the growing of the cell and plant.
Animal cell that does not have a cell wall.
Explanation:An animal cell does not have a cell wall because they do need the cell wall. The cell wall is present in plant cells, its function is to maintain the shape of the cell.The function of the cell wall is to provide shape and structural support to the cell, it made up of cellulose.If the cell wall is present in the animal then it will become stiff, and would not able to carry their usual work. So they lack a cell wall.
Thus the animal cell does not have a cell wall.
Clearly the onion cell consists of a cell wall, because an onion is a multicellular plant organism.
Multicellular means; consisting of many cells.
it is cell x has a cell membrane
Plant cells have walls. Animal cells do not have walls because they don't need them. Plant cells are defined while animal cells are undefined.
The answer is A.) Cell X has a small vacuole.
This is sort of a trick question because all cells have membranes. I hope this helps.
the relative standard reduction potential of the half-cell in which reduction occurs; more positive than the other half-cell. reduction is a chemical process in which electrons are added to an atom or an ion; it always occurs accompanied by oxidation of the reducing agent.
human cheek cell