What are the 6 Specialised plant and animal cells?

Specialised cells in animals and plants

Specialised cell type Animal or plant cell?
Red blood cell Animal
Sperm cell Animal
Phloem cell Plant
Xylem cell Plant

What are the specialized plant cells?

These are some specialised cells in plants that you should know:

  • Palisade Cell.
  • Spongy Mesophyll Cell.
  • Guard Cell.
  • Xylem Cell.
  • Phloem Cell.
  • Root Hair Cell.

What are the 8 Specialised cells?

Some specialised cells in animals that you should know:

  • Muscle Cell.
  • Nerve Cell.
  • Ciliated Epithelial Cell.
  • Red Blood Cell.
  • White Blood Cell.
  • Sperm Cell.
  • Egg Cell.

What are three Specialised animal cells?

What are three Specialised plant cells?

Specialised Plant Cells

  • Root Hair cells. Root hair cells are specialised to allow plants to absorb more water and let a plant absorb the minerals it needs to keep alive.
  • Xylem cells. The xylem is specialised to transport water up the stem of a plant and into the leaves.
  • Phloem cells.

What cell looks like a hammer?

The right membrana tympani with the hammer and the chorda tympani, viewed from within, from behind, and from above (malleus visible at center)
Pronunciation /ˈmæliəs/
Precursor 1st branchial arch

What cells are in an animal?

Animal cells are typical of the eukaryotic cell, enclosed by a plasma membrane and containing a membrane-bound nucleus and organelles. Unlike the eukaryotic cells of plants and fungi, animal cells do not have a cell wall.

Why is a sperm cell Specialised?

Sperm cells are specialised because they have a specific function in the body- to fertilise the female gamete (egg). Therefore to carry out its job, it has special features typical body cells do not. The nucleus, which contains the genetic material is located in the head of the sperm cell.

What cells are found in animals?

How do plant cells specialize?

plants also have specialized cells that function mainly for transport. They have the xylem (tissue) that function to transport water (from the roots to the leaves) whereas the phloem for the transport of nutrients and organic substances (from the leaves to the plant body).