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VACOULES [ˈvakyo͞oˌōl]

NOUN

  • a space or vesicle within the cytoplasm of a cell, enclosed by a membrane and typically containing fluid.
  • a small cavity or space in tissue, especially in nervous tissue as the result of disease.

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Why is the vacuole important?

Vacuoles are membrane-bound sacs within the cytoplasm of a cell that function in several different ways. In mature plant cells, vacuoles tend to be very large and are extremely important in providing structural support, as well as serving functions such as storage, waste disposal, protection, and growth.

How much water is in a vacuole?

The contents of the vacuole, referred to as vacuolar sap, is 90 to 98 percent water. The vacuole of a typical plant cell occupies approximately 500,000 cubic micrometers. It would take approximately two million of these vacuoles to equal the volume of a sugar cube.

Is the vacuole in plants or animals?

Vacuole is a physical component of plant and animal cells. It is one of those few cellular properties that are found in both plants and animals. However, the vacuoles found in plants are much larger than those found in animals. A vacuole is a small sac like structure in plant cells that stores food or nutrients, water and also waste.

Where is the vacuole located in the animal cell?

The vacuole is located in the cytoplasm in both animal and plant cells. It has a single membrane surrounding a fluid filled space. Its function is to store food, water, and minerals for the cell.

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