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What does the cytoplasm do in a plant cell?
Cytoplasm in a plant cell serves the same purposes that it does in any other type of cell. These are: -To give the cell form -To house the cell's other organelles -And sometimes to hold certain chemicals needed by the cell.
Did you mean something that it only does in a plant cell? I can't think of anything like that. Here's a diagram of a plant cell: An animal cell: And a bacteria cell: As you can see, the cytoplasm doesn't have many differences in all of the cells. Hope that answered your question, and sorry if I misinterpreted it!