Vacuole Diagram

Vacuole Diagram. A vacuole (/ ˈ v æ k juː oʊ l /) is a membrane-bound organelle which is present in plant and fungal cells and some protist, animal and bacterial cells. Its membrane, the tonoplast, helps to separate its contents from those floating in the cytoplasm.

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Which organelle is marked with an X? Vacuoles also play an important role in plant structure. It collects fluids from the entire cell and expels them out of the cell.

The solutes present in vacuoles are known to absorb water.

A vacuole is usually found in all plant and fungal cells as well as some cells of protists animals and bacteria.

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Vacuole does not have a definite shape and size. They are found mostly in plant cells and fungi. A vacuole is simply a chamber surrounded by a membrane, which keeps the cytosol from being exposed to the contents inside.

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