Plants Organelles and Animal Organelles
The nucleus is present in both plant and animal cells. The nucleus is the brain of the cell. It acts as the control panel, controlling eating reproduction and movement. It looks like a dark spot in the cell. It's usually found near the middle of a cell since if it was close to the edge, it could be damaged.
The golgi apparatus is present in both plant and animal cells. Its also called the golgi complex. The golgi apparatus looks like a stack of pancakes. The golgi apparatus receives simples molecules, turns them into complex molecules, and either store or send the molecules out in vesicles. The golgi apparatus also helps make lysosomes.
The endoplasmic reticulum is present in both plant and animal cells. For short it's called ER. The ER is double walled/ has a double membrane. There is rough endoplasmic reticulum, which look like bumpy sheets, and smooth endoplasmic reticulum which look like tubes. Rough ER is closer to the nucleus. The smooth ER is a transition area. Chemicals made in the cell sit here for transportation. Rough ER looks and got it's name from the ribosomes attached to its surface.
A chloroplast is only in a plant cell. The chloroplast turns light energy into chemical energy with photosynthesis. The chloroplast looks like interconnected stacks of discs. There's an inner membrane and an outer membrane separated by an intermembrane space. There's fluid called Stroma inside the chloroplast.
Both plant cells and animal cells have a cytoskeleton. It looks like complex fibers. The cytoskeleton is made of different types of special proteins. Microfilaments and microtubules are in the cytoskeleton. The cytoskeleton maintains cell shape. Its connected to every organelle and cell membrane. The cell membrane, the organelles, and the cytoplasms movements are controlled by the cytoskeleton.