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Why is the structure of Chondrocytes important to its function?

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Why is the structure of Chondrocytes important to its function?

Chondrocytes:

In biology, anatomy, and physiology, chondrocytes are the only type of cell found in cartilage. Chondrocytes start as undifferentiated stem cells, and form into their structure.

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The structure of chondrocytes is important because it affects how the cells produce cartilaginous components. Most chondrocytes have a round (or...

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Chondrocytes: Definition & Function

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