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Where Is ribosome in a animal cell?

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All over the place in cytoplazm and also on Rough ER
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An animal cell is found in eukaryotic organisms, and thus are pretty easy to tell apart from plant cells. The major difference between an animal cell and a prokaryotic cell is that
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