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Parenchyma is a term that means the tissue itself, so brain parenchyma is the part of the brain that is the brain itself, not its blood vessels, nor its coverings, nor its support structures.
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What is a parenchyma cell?

A parenchyma cell is the most common type of plant cell. It stores starch, oils, and water for the plant. You can find parenchyma cells throughout a plant. These cells have… Continue reading

Does a parenchyma have a nucleus?

Parenchyma is the bulk of an organ. Cells have nuclei. Organs comprise tissues, which comprise cells, each of which has a nucleus (RBCs excepted.)

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