Reversion of my added comma in article Plastid
I added a comma to the article Plastid, and you reverted my edit.
But the sentence as you left it is incorrect. Here is the version I modified:
- For example, the components of the plant cuticle and its epicuticular wax, are synthesized by the epidermal cells from palmitic acid
This sentence has an awkward, incorrect comma after the word "wax". That could be fixed in one of two ways. First possible fix: remove the comma. Then we have
- For example, the components of the plant cuticle and its epicuticular wax are synthesized by the epidermal cells from palmitic acid
Second possible fix: add a matching comma, so that the phrase "and its epicuticular wax" is both preceded by and followed by a comma.
I chose the second method of fixing the problem because I thought it best matched the existing sentence. But since you did not like the added comma, I suggest you instead remove the extra comma, that is, the comma after the word "wax".
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