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Is the cell membrane composed of proteins and cellulose?

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yes the cell membrane is composed of proteins and cellulose

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The cell wall of fungi is mostly composed of chitin. True fungi do not have cellulose in their walls. The cell membrane of fungi is composed of lipids (phospholipids, glycolipids and cholesterol) and proteins.


The phospholipids in the cell membrane is composed of various cholesterol, glycolipids and proteins.


It is composed of cellulose fiber, polysaccharides, and proteins.


The cell membrane is made of neither protoplasm nor cellulose.The cell membrane is mostly composed of molecules called phospholipids - which have a phosphate head and a lipid tail.The cell wall of plant cells (which is different to the cell membrane) is made mostly of cellulose.Protoplasm refers to all the living contents of a cell (which are surrounded by the cell membrane).


The cell membrane is made of phospholipids.The plant cell wall is mostly composed of cellulose, the fungal cell wall of chitin and the algal cell wall of a polysaccharide (like cellulose) or a glycoprotein.


Simply stated: ProteinsChannels within the structure of the cell membrane are composed of proteins. A protein that forms an ion channel through a membrane is called a transmembrane protein.


The cell membrane and the cell wall is are composed of two different things. The cell membrane is made from phospholipid bilayers that becomes flexible by cholesterols. The cell wall is a rigid structure that surrounds the cell membrane that is either composed of cellulose, chitin, or peptidoglycan depending on the cell.


The cell membrane is a lipid bilayer. It is mainly composed of lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates.


ALL cells have a cell membrane which is made of a phospholipid bilayer (except bacteria) with various proteins attached or permeating the membrane. Plants have their cell membranes enclosed/protected by a cell wall composed of the carbohydrate known as cellulose. Fungi have cell walls made of the carbohydrate known as chitin.


Well its a phospholipid bi layer.Most of it is composed of phospholipid, but there others organic molecules like proteins and polysaccharides that makes the cell membrane.


The cell walls of plants are composed of cellulose.



No, the cell wall of fungi is not composed of cellulose; it is composed of chitin and other polysaccharides.


A cell wall is composed of cellulose.


The cell membrane is composed of a phospholipid bilayer and proteins, which are embedded in the bilayer.


No, the cell wall is made from cellulose.


The outermost living part of a cell is the cell membrane. The cell membrane regulates what comes into the cell and what goes out of the cell. It is composed of a double layer of phospholipids and proteins.


The flexible covering around a cell is a type mucous membrane that protects the cell. The covering is a plasma membrane that is composed of mostly proteins.


The bilayer is composed mostly of lipids and stabling cholesterol molecules and a few proteins which act as "door ways".


Yes. Proteins are embedded in the cell membrane.




The cell membrane is mostly composed of phospholipids, but also contains proteins, cholesterol, glycolipids and carbohydrates (mostly glycoproteins).


it is composed of a double layer of phospholipids and embedded proteins


cell wall is composed of cellulose therefore it is found in cell wall



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