Centrioles- Structure and Functions

Centrioles- Structure and Functions

Centrioles- Structure and Functions Eukaryotic cells contain two cylindrical, rod-shaped, microtubular structures, called centrioles, near the nucleus. They lack a limiting membrane and DNA or RNA and occur in most algal cells (notable exception being red algae), moss cells, some fern cells and most animal cells. They are absent in prokaryotes, red algae, yeast, conebearing … Read more Centrioles- Structure and Functions