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rayrocks

  • 4 years ago

fill in the blanks please. a plant cell has a (blank) (blank) to provide structure so that plant can grow up upward. if this organelle is not filled with water it wilts or lacks (blank) (blank). PLEASE HELP!!!

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  1. dspieg
    • 4 years ago
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    First blank: central vacuole Second blank: hydrostatic pressure or turgor

  2. aroub
    • 4 years ago
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    can the first blank be "cell wall" ?

  3. dspieg
    • 4 years ago
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    Cell wall does help give structure, but it is not filled with water. It encases the cell. When the central vacuole of a plant cell loses water, there is not enough pressure to keep the cell in the correct 3 dimensional shape and this is represented in the entire plant by wilting.

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