Problem: Some plant cells have their cytoplasms linked, which permits small molecules and ions to pass from one cell to the other. These areas of cytoplasmic linkages are calleda. gap junctions.b. anchoring junctions.c. tight junctions.d. plasmodesmata. 

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Some plant cells have their cytoplasms linked, which permits small molecules and ions to pass from one cell to the other. These areas of cytoplasmic linkages are called

a. gap junctions.

b. anchoring junctions.

c. tight junctions.

d. plasmodesmata.

 

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