A plant cell structure has a cell membrane, cytoplasm, nucleus, chloroplast, vacuole, and a cell wall. Water and osmosis plays a vital part as they are the leading roles of the support of a plant. Lack of weather will lead the plant to become flaccid and eventually die.
Animal and plant cells have some key similarities and difference., they differ in important ways as plant cells provides certain functions for the actual plant whereas animal cells send functions to the human body. They both have a defined nucleus which contains chromosomes it is protected and surrounding the cytoplasm. Also they both have a cell membrane that surrounds the actual cell. But one of the main differences between them both is that plant cells have a cell wall made up of something called the cellulose. The cellulose allows a high pressure within the cell without exploding.
Plant cells have to be able to take large amounts of liquid through the process of osmosis and that's without being destroyed. Whereas an animal cell doesn't have a cell wall. So this means that if you fill the animal cell with a lot of distilled water or another fuliud it will eventually pop