what are perxisomes?what is their functions?
Asked by | 1st Mar, 2008, 12:21: PM
Peroxisomes are cell organelles containing oxidative enzymes.They are found in liver and kidney cells.
Answered by | 30th Nov, 2017, 03:16: PM
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