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  •  Identify tissue A and B
  • Tabulate TWO observable differences between tissue A and B


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A is parenchyma tissue with many sided cells. Have vacuoles and packed with large intermolecular spaces. It is also thin walled and loosely packed cells.

B is collenchyma tissue with cell wall thickened at corners of cells. Cells are tightly packed with no intercellular spaces.
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