How would vacuoles in plants serve as defence against animals that eat then?


Vacuoles contain poisonous substances that are harmful to animals.

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It serves as a defense against animals since animals don't want to be poisoned that's why animals can't eat them. Vacuoles store/excrete poisonous substances or wastes, so they can be used to make the plant too toxic to eat, or to discourage plant eaters or animals.

Vacuole store poisonous substances so they can be used to make the plant toxic to eat and discourage plant eaters.

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