Living organisms share characteristics such as the ability to move and reproduce. There are different types of living organisms including plants, animals, fungi, bacteria and protoctists.
Plants are also multicellular organisms – they consist of many cells that work together. Examples include cereals (such as maize), and peas and beans.
Plant cells contain the same parts as animal cells. They also have some additional ones:
Plant cells contain chloroplasts so plants can carry out photosynthesis. They store carbohydrates as starch or sucrose.