Fiber Plants. Vascular Cells. Cellulose Fibers. Plant Fibers. The cell wall of the fiber cells – which is what gives them their properties of strength and elasticity – are mostly cellulose, although there may also be lignin, tannins, gums, pectins and other polysaccharides present
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Design of 1773 by William Hodges with Capt. Cook’s expedition