the middle lemalla  is formed of

Asked by kaushik3199 | 19th Jun, 2021, 06:46: PM

Expert Answer:

  • The middle lamella is a layer rich in pectins which cement the cell walls of adjacent plant cells and forms plasmodesmata connections.
  • This pectin-rich layer is made up of calcium and magnesium pectates. 
  • This layer cements the cell walls of two adjacent plant cells.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 21st Jun, 2021, 01:01: PM