what is a vacuole?

Asked by drurvibabaria | 13th Jun, 2019, 07:14: PM

Expert Answer:

Structure of vacuole:

  • · Vacuoles are fluid-filled or solid-filled and membrane-bounded spaces which act as a kind of storage sacs.
  • · They are non-living structures and have Clear spaces with water or other substances in solution.
  • · Vacuoles are larger in plant cells and fewer and smaller in animal cells.

Functions of vacuole:

  • They help in the storage of water and other substances, food, pigments and waste products.
  • They give turgidity to the cells.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 14th Jun, 2019, 10:37: AM