See the below image for the Cell structure with labels diagram. Ans: A cell consists of many different structures that have definite shapes, structures, and functions of their own. Some of these structures are (1) Cell Wall (2) Mitochondria (3) Chloroplast (4) Cell Membrane and (5) Nucleus Q3.
The plant cell contains a large central vacuole, and a protective outer covering called the cell wall. Besides, a plant cell also contains chloroplasts, which differentiates it from the animal cell.
Cell Membrane. The cell membrane is the outer coating of the cell and contains the cytoplasm, substances within it and the organelle. It is a double-layered membrane composed of proteins and lipids. The lipid molecules on the outer and inner part (lipid bilayer) allow it to selectively transport substances in and out of the cell.