Biology - Plant cell wall
Plant cell wall
The cell wall is a fibrous layer that covers the surface of plant cells.
The fibres in the cell wall are made out of a compound called cellulose.
The cell wall is very strong. It supports and maintains the shape of the
cells. The cell wall makes plant tissue stronger.
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