Thorns, spines, and prickles are examples of protective structures of plants.
firm, protective structure that gives the call its shape in plants
The cell wall is the protective and supportive structure that surrounds the cell membrane.
The cell wall is the firm, protective structure that gives the cell its shape in plants, fungi, bacteria, and protists
Plants have several things that help to protect it. They have cell walls in their cells, which gives it rigidity and structure. They also have cellulose for strength.
thorns,spike,bark. sorry but that is my only answer
the protective structure of rose are thorns.....
Thorny , Bad Smell , Hairy Leaves , Produces SAP , Can Sting
The protective structure of corn is the hairs and the husk.
protective structures of plants
the protective structure of calamansi is thorns,fine hair
the protective structure of the Carabao is its thick skin
Plants with protective structores
Their Protective Structure is their Sharp Teeth:L Yeah men :))Not sure :)
Leaf sheath and spikes
bad smell spines thorns leaf blades ang bitter taste
The cell wall is a protective structure made of mostly cellulose fibrils. The cell wall also provides turgor pressure as vascular plants need this to be erect.
The rigid protective structure is called the cell wall.
A cell wall is the protective structure of a plant. It is made up of cellulose.
Different plants possess different large scale protective structures, but one protective structure that all plant cells share is the cell wall. The cell wall, composed of the carbohydrate cellulose surounds the cell membrane. It provides structural support to the cell inside as well as preventing the cell from bursting in a hypotonic environment where water diffuses into the cell.
The protective structure of mushroom is called a veil. It is the ring-like structure found below the cap of a mushroom.