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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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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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What structure replaces the cell wall in eukaryotic cells?

Plants, protozoans, algae, fungi and animals are eukaryotic cells. Although some eukaryotic cells have a cell wall, animal cells do not. They have a plasma membrane that surrounds the cell. Instead... Read More »
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What is the largest cell in plants and animals?

By volume, the largest animal cell is the unfertilized ostrich egg, which weighs about three pounds. Some giraffe spinal nerve cells rival it in length, growing several feet long. In the plant king... Read More »
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What cell structure provides support for plants?

In plants cells, the "primary cell wall," which contains much polysaccharide, is responsible for providing structure and support. By creating the structure, the primary cell walls also determines t... Read More »
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