What are cell inclusion ?

Asked by ashokkumarmeena | 15th Apr, 2008, 09:36: PM

Expert Answer:

cell inclusions r the nonliving n nonstructural material found in cytoplasm of chiefly bacterial cell . it includes

food reserve(glycogen n protein granules etc) 

inorganic granules(sulpher granules in sulpher bacteria)

gas vacuoles(store matabolic gases as in cyanobacteria)

Answered by  | 18th Apr, 2008, 04:38: PM

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