What role do the intercellular spaces play in the life of a plant?

Intercellular spaces, spaces that arise in plant tissues, during the separation, destruction or detachment of neighboring cells. Connecting with each other, the intercellular spaces form a smegma of cavities and passages in the plant, communicating with the external environment through the stomata and other openings of the integumentary tissues.

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