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gradecop asks:
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How many cells are there in plants?

In Topics: Helping my child with science
> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
Nov 4, 2010
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What the Expert Says:

Wow, can't answer that one! Too many DIFFERENT answers. Plant cells are small but generally can be seen with a 10X to 100x lens or microscope. Some plants are small, like those in many rock gardens, others are huge, like redwood trees. There would be a huge difference in the number of cells between these two green plants. And of course plants are always growing. A grown redwood would have trillions of cells.

Michael Bentley, EdD, Expert Panelist

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pigtoria
pigtoria writes:
Hi Gradecop....

          The amount of cells in plants depend on the type and size of plant.  It can range from millions to billions of cells.

          The biggest difference between animal cell and plant cell is that plant cell has a cell wall and animal cell doesn't.

          Hope this helps!

Vicki
> 60 days ago

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