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Macrophages ingest bacteria and viruses and destroy them using lysosomes.
Bottom This diagram shows one lysosome fusing with a food vacuole during the
process of phagocytosis. (b) T 0,0 In the cytoplasm of this rat liver cell, a
The vacuole has a/mllzrjfor role in the growth of planf) cells, which enlarge as
their vacmiles absogb/water, enabling the cell to become larger with a minimal
investment in new cytoplasm. And because of the large vacuole, the cytosol often
But improvements in both light microscopy and electron microscopy have
revealed the cytoskeleton, a network of fibers extending throughout the
cytoplasm (Figure 6.20). The cytoskeleton, which plays a major role in organizing
the structures ...
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