Cell Wall Aniya Brown, Erikka King,

It provides the cell with both structural support and protection, and also acts as a filtering mechanism.
Cell walls are located around the plasma membranes of certain types of cells.
It just supports the plant structure, and allows the plant cells to become turgid and flacid freely without collapsing.
A major role of the cell wall is to form a framework for the cell to prevent over expansion. Cellulose fibers, structural proteins, and other polysaccharides help to maintain the shape and form of the cell.
I choose a classroom wall because just like a cell wall it protects and surrounds the students.


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