What fluid is found inside a plant cell’s permanent vacuole?

The answer to this question can be found in biology textbooks and on university websites, but I think you all deserve a break from studying. Let me tell you what I’ve heard: it’s water!

I’m a plant cell.

I am the smallest type of living organism in this world. And you are too! We both have these tiny little permanent vacuoles. They’re small, but they’re not negligible…they can store water and other things like that inside them for later use when we really need it.

I know I’m not the only one who’s curious about what fluid is found inside a plant cell’s permanent vacuole. What do you think?

This blog post was written by a Plant Cell called Botanophilus – just like the genus of plants that they belong to. They are currently reading up on their favorite subject at University College Dublin (UCD) where they’re pursuing an undergraduate degree in botany and microbiology with minors in ecology and evolution…with more than 120 credits achieved

Jessica Shaver
Jessica Shaver
Online Entrepreneur. Successfully running and operating multiple eCommerce ventures, in between writing about it all.

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