Plant cells have a cell wall, large central vacuole, and plasmodesmata.
Like other eukaryotes, plants have a nucleus, plasma membrane, mitochondria, and other organelles, but plant cells differ from animal, fungal, and protist cells in a number of important ways. The most obvious difference is the presence of a cell wall which surrounds each cell. It is composed primarily of cellulose, a complex carbohydrate made from glucose. Cellulose provides structural support while remaining flexible; flower petals, for instance, are flexible but will snap if folded too far.
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