anonymous
  • anonymous
is cell wall a living thing
Biology
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Yea.... It is.... 100 % Sure... Why Did U Get That Doubt
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes cell is a living
anonymous
  • anonymous
I wouldn't say that. By definition, living things must have metabolic capacity. Cell wall certainly don't have mitochondria to burn ATP. Although cell wall has some sort of chemical reactions going on there, I wouldn't say they are a living thing. Like I don't consider your arm to be a living thing by itself. :-)

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