Which chemical substance is in the corners of collenchyma?
Asked by Siddhi | 19th Sep, 2015, 12:49: PM
Cellulose and pectin are the chemical substances present at the corners of the collenchyma which make the cell walls irregularly thickened.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 19th Sep, 2015, 05:22: PM
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