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28 August, 03:32

The cell wall is tough flexible and fairly rigid layer that surrounds some types of cells. It is located outside the cell membrane and provide cells which structural support and protection all but one type of organisms have cells with cell walls what is The cell wall is tough flexible and fairly rigid layer that surrounds some types of cells. It is located outside the cell membrane and provide cells with structural support and protection all but one type of organism have cells with cell walls. what is it?

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  1. 28 August, 03:51
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    The one type of organisms which don't have cell wall are animals.

    Explanation: As the cell wall is a tough and rigid but flexible structure. Its main purpose is to give support and structure to plant cell, consequently whole plant. In plant cell there is a large vacuole which is filled with water, it also gives shape to plant cell. But animal cells don't need any support. Because the function of support or structure for animal cells is of bones. That is why animals cells lack cell wall.
  2. 28 August, 04:12
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    Answer: Animals.

    Explanation:

    Animals are the type of organisms that have cells without any cell wall.

    Cell walls are found in plant cells that contain the cell in them, maintaining their shape and preventing them from any sort of damage. But its main purpose is basically to provide support to the plant structure to stand upright.

    While animals have bones so they do not need any cell walls in their cells to support their structure.
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