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how can you justify newton third law of motion in typical plant cell

Hi Riyank
Keep in  mind that molecules are always in motion even in solids. Molecular motion would only stop when the temperature reaches absolute zero and that cannot happen.
The cellular fluid in fluid and molecules of water and othed materials are moving and bumping into each other. The Third Law is operating here. You can see this by observine Brownian movement


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