The vacuole is found in many different types of cells, Vacuoles are fluid-filled, enclosed structures that are separated from the cytoplasm by a membrane. They are mostly found in plant cells, but can also be found in other cells such as animal cells. Vacuoles in plant cells tend to be much bigger(the central vacuole can go up to 90%). The vacuole is responsible to important functions as they are nutrient storage, detoxification, and waste exportation. The vacuole controls pressure, growth, and storages minerals, water, nutrients, ions, waste products, small molecules, enzymes, and plant pigments.