Do all cells have cell walls?

Answer Many cells do not have a cell wall. Plant cells do have a cell wall. The cell wall is rigid and gives plants structure. It protects the internal parts of a plant cell and allows water and nutrients... Read More »

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Why Do Plant Cells Have Cell Walls As Well As Cell Membranes?

All cells have cell membranes that regulate entry and exit of solutes. Unlike animal cells, however, plant cells also have a cell wall that surrounds the cell membrane. The cell wall fulfills sever... Read More »

Do monera cells have cell walls?

All bacteria of the kingdom monera are single-cell organisms and have cell walls. Monera cells reproduce asexually by binary fission, which only increases their population, and not their genetic va... Read More »

Do yeast cells have cell walls?

Yeast cells have walls made up primarily of polysaccharides such as glucans and mannoproteins, plus a small amount of chitin. Yeasts are a diverse group of single-celled organisms and are used to b... Read More »

Do protista cells have cell walls?

Certain protists have cell walls. Cell walls exist in plant cells, not animal cells; therefore, some of the plant-like protists have cell walls. The protists that possess cell walls include the Eug... Read More »