circulatory system

| December 8, 2015

Gap junctions and plasmodesmata differ in that

a. gap junctions are connected by protein tubules called connexons, and plasmodesmata are connected by extensions of the plant plasma membrane.

b. plasmodesmata allow much larger molecules to pass through them.

c. gap junctions have no real physical connection but are the space between adjacent cell membranes.

d. one is of animal origin and the other is of plant origin; otherwise they are physically the same.

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