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Explain the differences in the chemical structure of gram-positive and gramnegative bacteria cell walls. Where and when does penicillin affect

Explain the differences in the chemical structure of gram-positive and gramnegative

bacteria cell walls. Where and when does penicillin affect bacterial

cells?

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Differences Cell wall of gram positive is thick or multilayered, while that of gram negative is thin Gram positive has... View the full answer

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The major difference in the chemical structure of gram-positive and gram negative bacteria cell walls is that Gram positive... View the full answer

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