Most abundant water insoluble polysaccharide of plant cell wall is

Most Abundant Water Insoluble Polysaccharide Of Plant Cell Wall Is Biology Question

Most abundant water insoluble polysaccharide of plant cell wall is

Options

(a) cellulose
(b) hemicellulose
(c) pectin
(d) lignin

Correct Answer:

cellulose

Explanation:

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Topics: Cell Structure and Functions (417)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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