What is the purpose of the cell wall in plants


It provides the mechanical support and maintains the cell shape in a plant cell.

the cell wall sorrounds the plasma membrane of plant cell and provides tensile strength ang protection against mechanical and osmptic stress, it also allows cell to develop torgor pressure w/c is the pressure cell content against the cell wall

The cell wall is the protective, semi-permeable outer layer of a plant cell. A major function of the cell wall is to give the cell strength and structure, and to filter molecules that pass in and out of the cell.

The cell wall gives the plant its actual shape. It acts as a gatekeeper, because it determines what can come in and out of the cell in order to keep the cell protected. It is kind of like the outside bricks of a castle, only, as you will learn as you read on, there are holes throughout this castle. Those holes do make the cell vulnerable, but they are important to the function of the cell.

cell wall is used to protect the other parts of the cell like nucleus,mitochondria and so on and so far and plant do you mean a real plant?

Cell wall is a protection from any kinds of bacteria and it's also use by the system to move.

5he plant cell wall composed of cellulose.cellulose is structural carbohydrate and is considered complex sugar because it is used in both protection and structure
(In my opinion) To protect the important parts inside the cell
All living things are composed of cells. They are the building blocks of all life. Cells come in many different shapes and have different functions. Plant and animal cells are different, too. The main difference between plant and animal cells is that plant cells have a cell wall on the outer layer, whereas animal cells only have a cell membrane. The cell wall is a protective layer outside the cell membrane that also provides support for the cell's structure.
The cell wall serves as the protection of plants. It is similar to cell membrane in animals. In my observation, the cell wall also protects the chloroplast against excessive absorption of sunlight particles that will cause destruction of the chlorophyll. Remember that a sunlight also contains ultraviolet rays or UV rays that is subjected to excessive thermal heat since it concentrates higher energy. Even though our planet have the ozone layer, UV rays still penetrate against it, with the aid of greenhouse gases that is subjected for its mild destruction.

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