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Biology
Posted 3 months ago

Which of the following are unique to plant cells?
a. Plastids
b. Vacuoles
c. Plasmodesmata
d. Symplast
e. AA and BB
f. CC and DD
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Posted 3 months ago
E
Key Concept
Unique Plant Cell Structures
Explanation
Plastids and large central vacuoles are unique to plant cells. Plastids, like chloroplasts, are involved in photosynthesis and storage of pigments, while large central vacuoles are important for storage and maintaining cell turgor pressure. Plasmodesmata and symplast are present in plant cells but are not unique to them as similar structures can be found in some other types of cells.

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