1.0 Inside a plant cell

The structure of a plant is composed of cells.  We shall see that these cells vary in shape, size and structure so that they can perform specific functions.  By varying the numbers and types of cells present in a plant we may have a seed developing into a short-lived annual daisy or a 100 metre tall tree.

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