Plant cells contain two distinct structures that are not present in animal cells. They are the:
+ Cell walls : provides additional protection to the cell; makes the cell rigid enabling it to have a definite shape.
+ Chloroplast : contains green pigments that enables the plant to manufacture its own food
+ Plant cells have larger vacuole.
Animal cells have only one distinct part. It is the:
+ Animal cells have smaller vacuole called 'vesicles'.
+ Because animal cells don't have cell walls, they don't have definite shape.