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Cells that act like "telephone wires" that carry messages or impulses from one part of the body to another part.
Smooth muscle cells
Types of muscle cells which are spindle shaped, with a nucleus and act involuntary. Found in digestive system walls or blood vessels.
Oblong cells in leaves that make food for the plant, since they have a lot of chloroplasts.
Cells that control the opening and closing of stomata, pores usually found on the underside of a leaf. They allow gases in and out of the plant.
Root hair cells
Cells in the epithelium of roots that have long extensions to increase surface area for the absorption of water and minerals.
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