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Which plant cell structure stores large amounts of chemicals for the cell and helps the cell maintain its shape?
Central vacuole stores large amounts of chemicals for the cell and helps the cell maintain its shape.
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Central vacuole stores large amounts of chemicals for the cell and helps the cell maintain its shape.
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