Are centrosome and centriole perpendicular to each other or centrioles in centrosome perpendicular to each other?
Asked by venkat34 | 15th Nov, 2016, 01:34: PM
Centrioles are sub-microscopic microtubular sub-cylinders which occur in pairs. A pair of centrioles is surrounded by a clear, fibrous, cytoplasm called the centrosphere. Centrioles and centrospheres are collectively called a centrosome. The centrosome lies near the nucleus during interphase. Centrioles lie perpendicular to each other in the centrosome.
Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 15th Nov, 2016, 03:34: PM
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