give one important feature in which this tissue differs from parenchymatous cell.

Asked by farhana faru | 17th Sep, 2013, 12:44: PM

Expert Answer:

Parenchyma: Cells of parenchyma tissue are unspecialised with thin cell walls. It is made up of cellulose.
Collenchyma: Cells of collenchyma tissues are elongated and irregularly thickened at the corners. It has deposition of pectin at corners.
Sclerenchyma: Cells are long and narrow as the walls are thickened due to lignin. It has uniform thickening due to presence of lignin.

Answered by  | 18th Sep, 2013, 07:17: AM

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