What is the difference between bacteria and plant cells?

The molecular structure and function of plant cell walls are distinctly different from the structure and function of bacterial cell walls. Plant cells have two types of cell walls that perform different functions. The primary cell wall provides flexible structure and support as plant cells grow and divide. The secondary cell wall appears when the plant cell continues to grow to provide rigid support. The bacterial cell wall protects cells from rupture as well as attack and infection.

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