What are the main respective constituents of cell walls in, Biology

What are the main respective constituents of cell walls in bacteria, protists, fungi and plants?

In bacteria the cell wall is made of peptidoglycans; between protists algae have cell walls made of cellulose; in fungi, the cell wall is made of chitin (the same substance that makes the exoskeleton of arthropods); in plants, the cell wall is made of cellulose too.

 

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