Sap Vacuole?

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The cell sap vacuole is present in both plant and animal cells. In plants, this organelle functions as a storage of vital substances as well as aids in supporting the plant. Water enters inside the sap vacuole which strengthens the cell and helps with the support.
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Cell sap is a dilute fluid found in the large central vacuole of many plant cells. It is made up of water, amino acids, glucose, and salts. The sap has many functions ...
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