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What is the outermost structure in a plant cell

What is the outermost structure in a plant cell

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What is the outermost structure in a plant cell

What is the outermost structure in a plant cell

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Molecular structure of the primary cell wall in plants.
Up to three strata or layers may be found in plant cell The middle lamella, a layer rich in pectins.
This outermost layer forms the interface between adjacent plant cells and glues them together.

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