What Does an Onion Cell Look like?

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The cell of an onion kind of like bricks, the wall of the onion-cell looks like a parallelogram! Also, the nucleus of the onion-cell is said to look simply like a small black .
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Small rectangular cells with small spherical balls inside.
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1. Cut an onion into quarters. Pull out a small section of the innermost layer of the onion. Cut the piece of onion into several 1/2-cm squares using a sharp razor blade. 2. Drop
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The cells of an onion skin are generally rectangular in shape and r...
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Onion cells have cell walls because they are part of the kingdom plantae and they need the cell wall for support and structure.
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The cell of an onion kind of resembles bricks, the wall of the onion-cell looks like a parallelogram! Also, the nucleus of the onion-cell is thought to look simply like a small black to!
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