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The two primary jobs of parenchyma cells are _____. flexibility photosynthesis support transport food storage
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User: The two primary jobs of parenchyma cells are _____. flexibility photosynthesis support transport food storage

Weegy: The two primary jobs of parenchyma cells are photosynthesis and food storage.
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User: Seed leaves are called _____. cotyledons endosperm sepals tendrils

Weegy: Cotyledons are called seed leaves.



User: The cells that are on each side of a stomata and open and close it like a mouth are called _____. guard cells meristem cells parenchyma cells collenchyma cells

Weegy: The cells that are on each side of a stomata and open and close it like a mouth are called GUARD CELLS.



User: If you've eaten carrots or radishes, you've eaten the plant's roots. True False

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