The nuclear fibrils that possibly regulate growth activity during maturation and are
made up of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) and protein are called:
b. Golgi apparatus.
Which chromatin substances are contained within cytoplasm and are classified as
a. All granules, filaments, and globules inside the nucleus.
b. Mitochondria, Golgi apparatus, fibrils, and centrioles are some of them.
Some granules, filaments, and globules inside the nucleus.
Which organoid substance appears like a cork-screw cigar?
a. Golgi apparatus.
Mitochondria is defined in this subcourse as:
a. A meshwork of lipid containing fibrils within the cytoplasmic portion of a cell.
b. A spherical or oval body surrounded by a thin membrane (nuclear membrane)
Granular components of a cell cytoplasm active in oxidative processes
d. A minute cell organoid within the centrosome.