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Nucleus, chromosomes, cell wall, cell membrane, protoplasm,
cytoplasm, ribosome, cell organelles
The outermost layer of plant cells is the (a) beneath which
is the (b) . The term (c) refers to the jelly-like substance
containing all the (d) . The (e) contains thread-like
structures called (f) .

Science - Exemplar Problems

Chapter 8. Cell - Structure and Functions


The outermost layer of the plant cells is the cell wall.

The jelly like substance containing all the cell organells is cytoplasm.

The nucleus contains thread like structures called chromosomes.

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(a)cell wall

(b)cell membrane


(d)cell organelles



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