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Eukaryotes contain specialized structures that perform important cellular functions. These structures are called ____________________ (organelles, organs). User: List two functions of the cytoskeleton.
Weegy: Cytoskeleton Functions In addition to providing the cell with support and structure, [ the cytoskeleton is important for cellular motility.The cytoskeleton provides support and anchorage for organelles and can be disassembled and reassembled in a new part of the cell in order to change the shape of the cell. ] (More)
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Which of the following is NOT a function of the cytoskeleton? a. helps the cell maintain its shape b. helps the cell move c. prevents chromosomes from separating d. helps organelles within the cell move
Weegy: c.prevents chromosomes from separating is not a function of cytoskeleton. (More)
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Which organelle is filled with enzymes that break down lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates? a. golgi apparatus c. endoplasmic reticulum b. lysosome d. mitochondrion
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Lysosome is filled with enzymes that break down lipids, proteins, and carbohydrates.


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A cell membrane is ___________, because it regulates what materials enter the cell. a. freely permeable c. selectively permeable b. impermeable d. none of the above
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A cell membrane is selectively permeable, because it regulates what materials enter the cell.
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What process brings food into the cells during active transport? Please select the best answer from the choices provided diffusion osmosis endocytosis exosytosis
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Endocytosis brings food into the cells during active transport.
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banaag00, as stated on the rules, we are not allowed to ask for options to a question. We must answer the question to the best we can.
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diffusion osmosis endocytosis exosytosis
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