A eukaryotic plant cell consists of many organelles, a cell wall, and a nucleus. Unlike an animal cell, plant cells have cell walls that allow them to bind to other plant cells, hold their structure, and prevent excessive water intake. Young plant cells have a primary cell wall, which is thin and fairly flexible. Between the primary cell walls is the middle lamella, which sticks the cell walls together. As the cell matures, it either secretes hardening substances into the primary wall, or develops a second, stronger wall, called the secondary cell wall, which develops between the plasma membrane and the primary cell wall.
Cytoskeleton also provides structural support for the cell. This versatile structure can move around the cell, altering its shape. The cytoskeleton also helps with the transportation of vesicles around the cell. The cytoskeleton is made up of three types of fibers: microtubules, microfilaments, and intermediate filaments. …
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