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If an animal cell lacked centrioles, It would not be able to? a. Synthesize proteins. b. Produce...

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If an animal cell lacked centrioles, It would not be able to?

a. Synthesize proteins.

b. Produce DNA

c. Metabolize sugars.

d. Divide

e. Move

Centrioles

Centrioles are parts of the cell that are responsible for generating and moving around microtubules. These larger parts of the cell are made of microtubules and MT nucleating sites.

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Centriole: Definition, Structure & Function

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What are centrioles? Learn the function of centrioles in the cells of animals, their structure and composition, and the role they play in cell division.


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