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Support for cells Pattern of ECM regulates polarity cell division adhesion motility Development migration differentiation growth factors. Evolution of metazoan extracellular matrix. Cell Wall - Cells of bacteria, fungi, algae, and higher plants are surrounded by rigid cell walls form part of the cell. Gram-negative bacteria - peptidoglycan, linear polysaccharide chains crosslinked by short peptides Fungi, algae, and higher plants - polysaccharides sugar polymer , algae and higher plants mainly cellulose.
ExtraCellular Matrix ECM - animal cells of animal in tissues associated with extracellular matrix ECM composed of secreted proteins and polysaccharides sugar polymer. Procollagen trafficking, processing and fibrillogenesis.