Problem: In plants, cell-cell junctions can only occur at gaps in the cell walls through cytoplasmic connections that form across the plasma membranes of the touching cells. These junctions are called  a. desmosomes. b. tight junctions. c. plasmodesmata. d. the cellulose matrix. e. adhering junctions.

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In plants, cell-cell junctions can only occur at gaps in the cell walls through cytoplasmic connections that form across the plasma membranes of the touching cells. These junctions are called 

a. desmosomes.

b. tight junctions.

c. plasmodesmata.

d. the cellulose matrix.

e. adhering junctions.

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