Cell Wall and Chloroplast
Short Answer: Plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts and chlorophyll, and plastids. Long Answer:Plant cells contain rigid cell walls made of cellulose that are located around the phospholipid membrane. Also, cells have choloroplasts; these are the small, green organelles that are full of chlorophyll, the substance plants use to turn CO2, H2O, and sunlight into O2 and glucose (C6H12O2). Plant cells also contain a large central vacuole that makes up the majority of the volume of a plant cell; this organelle is used for storing water and starch, as well as some waste products.