Problem: The cytoplasmic space in eukaryotic cells is occupied by many diverse membrane-bound structures with specific cellular functions. These are calleda. flagellab. organellesc. ciliad. chromosomese. receptors

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The cytoplasmic space in eukaryotic cells is occupied by many diverse membrane-bound structures with specific cellular functions. These are called

a. flagella

b. organelles

c. cilia

d. chromosomes

e. receptors

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