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 Do both plants&animals have a cell wall?

Answer Both plants and animals have cells. The cells in plants are surrounded by a thick cell wall that gives structure and support to the plant cell. Animal cells do not have cell walls.References:Molecu... Read More »
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Does fungus have a cell wall?

Even though some fungi are microscopic, members of this kingdom are multiple celled organisms that have cell walls. These cell walls are composed of glucan and chitin--which are both polysaccharide... Read More »
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How to Tell If an Amoeba Has a Cell Wall?

Amoeba proteus is a fairly common protozoan observed by light microscopy. The amoeba does not have a definite shape as many protozoan species do. It moves slowly by extending parts of the cell, cal... Read More »
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Does penicillium have a cell wall?

Penicillium is a fungus that has a cell wall. Unlike the cellulose walls of plants, the fungal cell wall is composed of chitin and polysaccharide, or long-chain starch molecules. The cell wall prot... Read More »
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What are the cell wall functions?

1.)THE CELL-WALL HELPS TO PROTECT THE CELL. 2.)THE CELL-WALL ALSO HELPS TO SUPPORT THE CELL.
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