Introduction to the Cytoskeleton Video Lessons

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Concept: Introduction to the Cytoskeleton

Problem: Cilia are not:  a. Found on prokaryotic cells b. Found on eukaryotic cells c. Used for movement d. Short appendages e. Composed of microtubules

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Cilia are not: 

a. Found on prokaryotic cells

b. Found on eukaryotic cells

c. Used for movement

d. Short appendages

e. Composed of microtubules

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