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Cells are the smallest unit of life and the building blocks for all organisms.
Each component of a cell has its own function.
Animal and plant cells differ and they have similarities.
Nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm and mitochondria are four cell components that are found in both animal and plant cells.
Specialised animal cells have components that allow them to complete a specific purpose.
Specialised animal cells include red blood cells, sperm, eggs, nerve cells, muscle cells, ciliated cells, and villi.
Cells are the fundamental unit of all living things.
Specialised plant cells have components that allow them to complete a specific purpose.
Specialised plant cells include root hair cells, palisade cells, xylem cells and phloem cells.