Cytoskeleton, Centrioles By hannah P, colby, and sophie

This is the structure of the cytoskeleton
The function: the cytoskeleton is a frame that gives shape to a cell. It helps to hold up the organelles, just like the skeleton holds organs in the human body. Lastly, it helps assist in moving materials in and out of the cells.

The most important role of the cytoskeleton is to give structure to the cell

Is is the structure of the centrioles
The function: the centrioles help with cell division in animal cells. They also are celiogenesis, where they form cilia or flagella on the surface of cells.

A vital role of the centrioles is the fact that they form spindals to split the DNA of the cell to recreate it into two new cells

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