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Im learning about movement and stability in the cells, and it talks about the cytoskelton, flagella, vesicles and cell walls are these all apart of the cytoskeleton or is each one different?
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the cytoskeleton ive never had lessons but assume its just the protective capsule/skeleton around a cell (lets say a bacterium)

The flagellum is just for moving the cells and projecting it, so i wouldnt way it was part of the cytoskeleton.

I would say the cytoskeleton of a single cell can include the cell wall because this is the main structure which supports the cell.
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