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Plant cell wall

Plant cell wall All parts of living plants consist of varying amounts of living and dead cells. Different from animals, a cellulose-containing cell wall surrounds each living plant cell, its cell membrane and cytoplasm. When the cells die, the cell wall is basically what remains. In plants, the dead cells are not useless at all.
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