difference between vacuole and food vacuole.is it different?
Asked by my3shyll | 27th Jun, 2015, 05:51: PM
Vacuoles are membrane-bound sacs found in cells.They are small sacs formed when food comes into contact with the cellular membrane.
Food vacuoles are essentially a circular portion of the plasma membrane that encircles food particles when they enter the cell. For example- Amoeba
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 29th Jun, 2015, 09:40: AM
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