Animal cells are round and irregular in shape while plant cells have fixed, rectangular shapes. Cells are the smallest unit of life and are microscopic in nature, which means that they can’t be seen with the naked eye. The main difference between an animal cell and a plant cell is that, plant cells have a cell wall, which the animal cell lacks. Both animal cells and plant cells have a defined nucleus, which contains chromosomes. The nucleus is protected and surrounded by cytoplasm, a watery or gel-like liquid that holds all the organelles in place. Another difference among them is that plant cells have chloroplasts for photosynthesis, which allows them to covert sunlight into food for the cell. Chloroplasts have its own DNA and tend to direct their own work. Animal cells lack chloroplasts and hence this ability, which is why we can’t live off of sunlight, sadly."(cit. www.differencebetween.info)
Art print with mount, width: 50 cm
Art print with mount, height: 70 cm
The frame is in black-lacquered Ayous wood.
The materials used for the printing of this artwork are of the highest quality available: Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gr 100% cotone.
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