NA Life Science 2.4
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Tough outer layer of plant cells that helps support and protect the cell; also found around bacterial cells
Organelle that carries out photosynthesis in plants.
Process by which specific organisms (including all plants) use the sun's energy to make their own food from carbon dioxide and water; process that converts the energy of the sun, or solar energy, into carbohydrates, a type of chemical energy.
Small membrane-bound organelle of plant cells with varying functions.
Membrane-bound space within the cell used for storage of water, wastes, and nutrients.