Chapter 6

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All of the following serve an important role in determining or maintaining the structure ofplant cells. Which of the following are distinct from the others in their composition?

A) microtubules

B) microfilaments

C) plant cell walls

D) intermediate filaments

E) nuclear lamina



Answer:

C) plant cell walls



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