Difference between plants and animals, Biology

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PLANTS  AND ANIMALS -

S . N o .

C h a ra c ter

P l an ts

A n i m al s

1

Nutrition

Mostly autotrophic

Heterotrophic

2

Nature

Producer

Consumers

3

Chlorophy ll

Present

A b s e n t

4

Locomotion  /  Movement

Movement present

Loc om ot io n  pres ent

5

Development

Less  developed

M o re  de veloped

6

Sensitivity

Less  developed

M o re  de veloped

7

Cell wall

Present

A b s ent

8

Metabolis m

Anabolism more

Catabolism more

9

G ro w t h

Unequal, for indefinit e tim e

Equal, for definite tim e

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