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The cells of plant tissues remain interconnected by a thin layer of intracellular material known as Middle lamella. It is a viscous, jelly-like material which acts as the cementing material between the cell walls of adjacent cells. It is composed of Pectin, Lignin, cellulose and proteins.
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