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    hi,

    could anyone help me with this before friday?

    how does the vessicle in a cell help in transportation of material within the cell. All right, it traps the material in kind of air sac and all that..it releases substance out, and engulfs substances etc. But how exactly does it move around a cell?

    another question: what possible exceptions could you state for cell theory apart from RBCs and such nucleus lacking cells??

    1 last: ..reasons for cell division? growth, replication, tissue repair, offspings...what else? or am i right about these?

    thanks.
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    travelling on microtubules - dyneins (motor protein) towards -ve pole, kinesins towards + pole.
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    sorry, could you emphasise a bit more?
 
 
 

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