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Also cell walls made of galactose mannose etc 19

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Unformatted text preview: s not linear. 30S 50S 70S 15 h`p://bricker.tcnj.edu/tech/BIOL311centrifuga,on.html Ultracentrifuge 1998 Cornell accident h`p://www.chem.purdue.edu/chemsafety/ NewsAndStories/CentrifugeDamages.htm 16 h`p://bricker.tcnj.edu/tech/BIOL311centrifuga,on.html Eukaryotes Chap. 20 17 The eukaryo,c cell organelles 18 Brock Biology of Microorganisms, 13th Edi,on. The eukaryo,c cell wall •  A cell wall surrounds cell of plants, algae, fungi, but is absent in animals and most protozoa. The cell wall forms a tough, rigid barrier that helps protect the cell and gives its shape. •  The cell wall of eukaryotes is usually composed of polysaccharides. –  Plants, algae and some fungi: cellulose (polymer of glucose). – ...
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