Vacuole, Cilia, and Nucleus
The nucleus contains the majority of the genetic information. The nucleus is the largest cellular organelle in animal cells. The nucleus provides a site for genetic transcription that is segregated from the location of translation in the cytoplasm, allowing levels of gene regulation that are not available to prokaryotes. The nucleus is found in plants and animals.
The cilia is found in plant and animal cells. The cilia moves liquid past the surface of the cell. Cilia are microscopic, hair-like structures.
The vacuole holds materials in place. It holds water in plants. They are found in plant cells, and look like bubbles.