Animal cells

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Animal cells are eukaryotic cells with a variety of membrane-bound Organelles situated in a Cytosol that is contained within a Phospholipid bilayer. Due to the fluidity of the cells' membrane, animal cells often have irregular and non-permanent shapes which can change depending on the net movement of water into and out of the cell by Osmosis through its semi-permeable membrane. Organelles wthin animal cells include; MitochondriaRibosomes, a Nucleus, the Golgi apparatusLysosomes and the Endoplasmic reticulum.

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