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Concept: Cell Junctions

Problem: A junction that is a protein channel linking the cytoplasms of adjacent cells is called:  a. A tight junction b. A gap junction c. An adhering junction d. An anchoring junction e. A micro tubular junction

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A junction that is a protein channel linking the cytoplasms of adjacent cells is called: 

a. A tight junction

b. A gap junction

c. An adhering junction

d. An anchoring junction

e. A micro tubular junction

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