What are the main respective constituents of cell walls in bacteria, protists, fungi and plants?

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Biology

In bacteria the cell wall is made of peptidoglycans; among protists algae have cell walls made of cellulose; in fungi, the cell wall is made of chitin (the same substance that makes the exoskeleton of arthropods); in plants, the cell wall is made of cellulose too.

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Dipti KC
Apr 7, 2023
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