Protoplast, Biology

PROTOPLAST

  • Cell without cell membrane (Henstein)
  • It contains 1 or more vacuoles.
  • In mature plant cells protoplast forms a peripheral layer called Primordial utricle.
  • In animal cells protoplast fills the whole cell.

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  • Non living substances called "Cell inclusions". Present in cytoplasmic structures + vacuoles.
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