How does the cell wall protect a plant cell?
A Unique Structure:
A cell wall is a structure that is found in plant cells but not in animal cells. It is a protective and supportive structure, enclosing the cell around the cell membrane. The cell wall gives a plant its firm shape and allows it to stand upright and remain strong.
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A cell wall protects a plant cell by providing a firm, rigid covering for the cell that is able to withstand pressure and other potentially harmful...
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Discover the function of the cell wall in a plant cell and find out what plant cell walls are made of. See cell wall diagrams and identify different parts of a plant cell structure.