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What is the function of the cell wall?

What is the function of the cell wall? Please explain.

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The plan tcell wall is composed of cellulose. Cellulose is a structural carbohydrate... View the full answer

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The plantcell wallis composed of cellulose. Cellulose is a structural carbohydrate... View the full answer

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  • The plant cell wall is composed of cellulose. Cellulose is a structural carbohydrate and is considered a complex sugar because it is used in both protection and structure. The plant cell wall consists of three layers. Each layer has its own unique structure and function
    • UOTMUSCLE
    • Jul 20, 2016 at 12:33pm

The major function of the cell wall is to provide... View the full answer

Cell wall is found in plants. It is a rigid layer composed of... View the full answer

The function of the cell wall is to maintain the shape of the cell so even with a lack of water and the cell will only turn... View the full answer

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The function of the cell wall is to maintain the shape of the cell so even with
a lack of water and the cell will only turn flaccid not collapse. It also stops the
cell from bursting when put into...

The cell wall is a protective layer outside the cell membrane that also provides support for the cell's structure. Function... View the full answer

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