Differentiate between parenchyma, colenchyma and sclerenchyma

Parenchyma Collenchyma Sclerenchyma
  • These are the cells found in the soft part of plants, such as leaves, fruits.
  • These cells are found in petiole, leaves and young stems
  • These cells are found in mature parts of the plant like herbaceous perennials and woody plants
  • These cells are not the specialised cells
  • These cells are specialised cell
  • These cells are specialised
  • This cell consists of a thin cell wall
  • This cell consists of unequally thin cell wall
  • The cell wall consists of a thick and rigid cell wall
  • The cell wall is made up of cellulose
  • The cell wall is made up of pectin and cellulose
  • The cell wall is made up of waterproofing lignin
  • These consists of the living cell at maturity
  • These consists of the living cell at maturity
  • These cells consist of dead cells at maturity

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