what is middle lamella? what is it chemically formed of?

Asked by ashwinivg | 30th Dec, 2008, 10:39: PM

Expert Answer:

Middle lamella is the outermost layer of cell wall shared by adjacent plant cells that glues them together. It is composed of polysaccharides called pectins.

Answered by  | 31st Dec, 2008, 12:14: PM

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