What is the definition of a leaf cell?
A microscopic biologic organism within an individual leaf of a branch of a tree or plant.
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it is a cell that gives a leaf is structure.
The leaf cell is like a solar panel. It collects sunlight and nutrients.
makes food for the plant
A leaf does have a cell wall because it is a plant. All plants have cell walls.
well, which cells?. There are quite a few...... )
Palisade cells and the spongey mesophyll. The upper and lower epidermis aren't cells but the are also in a leaf.
Yes, a leaf has cells. They have A LOT of cells
multiple leaf chart shows the internal working parts of a machine.........
Leaves are made up of many cells
the cells leaf do that they make the photosynthesis from the sun
leaf cells contain chlorophyll which is found in the chloroplast cells which absorb the sunlight to cause photosynthesis. root cells are to collect the water and nutrients in …the soil and as no sunlight reaches the bottom for the root cells chlorophyll isn't needed for the root cell
Yes, a leaf cell has a cell membrane. In fact any living cell has a cell membrane.
Leafed: adjective, having leaves or leaves as specified; often used in combination
It has chloroplasts. The chloroplasts contain chlorophyll Chlorophyll makes the leaf green Hope this helps!
'Leaf' is a part of a tree or bush, acting as the principal organ of photosynthesis. The name 'leaf' is also used for the pages of books.