What are two storage organelles?

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Nov 17, 2017

Two storage organelles are vesicles and vacuoles.


#1#. Vesicles are membrane-bound organelles used for transporting nutrients around the cell. They store water, mineral ions, and other cellular resources.

#2#. Vacuoles store cell sap, which includes water and minerals. Plant cells generally have a single large, central vacuole, while animal cells may have multiple, smaller ones.