Cell Biology

... from active transport to vesicles

vacuole

Vacuoles are membrane-bound organelles that serve a variety of storage, excretory, and secretory functions. Vacuoles are larger than vesicles.

Many plant cells possess a large central storage vacuole, which is most obvious when partly empty (bottom).

animation - contractile vacuoles of protozoa : Virtual Cell Textbook - Cell Biology :

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