Explanation: The cells of collenchyma tissue contain chloroplasts and are thickened at the corner with cellulose, hemicellulose and pectin. The collenchyma layer is generally present below the epidermis. They are involved in food storage, as they contain chloroplasts. They are spherical or polygonal and lack intercellular spaces.
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