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which type of human body cell would you expect to have the most amount of folding in the limit mitochondria?
You would expect the muscle cells of the HEART to have the most amount of folding in the mitochondria.
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You would expect the muscle cells of the HEART to have the most amount of folding in the mitochondria.
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