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What are the differences in cell walls of paramecium compared to yeast?
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What are the differences in cell walls of paramecium compared to yeast?
Paramecium (like most bacteria) have a cell wall made up of peptidoglycan, compared to yeast which has a cell wall composed of chitin.
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Paramecium (like most bacteria) have a cell wall made up of peptidoglycan, compared to yeast which has a cell wall composed of chitin.
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So one has armour but the other tries to interact with the environment? Am I close?
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Pretty close. In a sense they both have armour, but just made out of different material.
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