Main Function of Vacuole?


A vacuole is an important organelle found in plants, animals, bacteria, fungi, and protists. The main function of vacuoles include; Maintains a balance between biogenesis and degradation of many substances and cell structures, It enables cells to change shape, It stores waste products and you can find more function online on
Q&A Related to "Main Function of Vacuole?"
stores water, salts, proteins, and carbohydrates
A vacuole is a membrane-bound sac that plays roles in intracellular digestion
I think the vacuole holds water in the cell.
Vacuole as we know is a membraneous organelle prominently present in plant cells.Is also present in some animal cess, some protist and even Fungal cells. Functions varies greatly
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