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mercedes

  • 3 years ago

what is a plant cell?

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  1. LiliaKarina
    • 3 years ago
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    Plant cells are the basic units that conform a plant life form. Difference between animal and plant cell is that, the latter has a cell wall instead of a cell membrane; besides it also contains chloroplasts, which give the plant green colour.

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    A plant cell is the smallest structural and functional unit of plants. The contain cell wall made of cellulose. Thy also contain chlorophyll which gives green colour to the plant.

  3. sohrabnozary
    • 3 years ago
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    A PLANT CELL IS THE PART OF THE PLANT WHICH HAS THE ABILITY TO MAKE GLUCOSE

  4. srev98
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    it is the structural and functional unit of a plant.

  5. srev98
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    provide nutrition

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