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what does the large central vacuole do in a plant cell?
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A year ago

The central vacuole in plant cell stores the cell sap and helps to maintain the turgidity of cell.

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A year ago

The vacuole has many responsibilities. First it helps stabilize the turgor (water) pressure within the cell so the plant won't dehydrate. Another one is it helps store nutrients.

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A year ago

i think it stores water

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