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In a plant, the cell walls act as a support system and provide shape for the plant. Which structures in the human body are similar in function to the cell wall of a plant? A. ligaments and tendons B. arteries and veins C. muscles and joints D. bones and cartilage

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  1. anonymous
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    c??

  2. Shirley27
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    I would say that the answer is D since the bones provide structure and supports the whole body. Acting as a support system and providing attachments for the muscles.

  3. anonymous
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    ok so its d

  4. anonymous
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    d

  5. anonymous
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    thankes

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