What are the polysaccharides you know? Tell us about the functions of polysaccharides in the cells of plants, animals and fungi.

Polysaccharides: starch, glycogen, murein
Some of these polysaccharides are part of the cell wall in plants and fungi.
In plants, the cell wall is formed by cellulose
in animals – there is no cell wall, but there is a glycocalyx, which includes glycogen – a polysaccharide
fungi have a chitin cell wall

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