Phagocytosis is an example of endocytosis, a cell mechanism in which molecules and particulate matter are taken in by the cell through formation of vesicles in the plasma membrane. In this process, a particle is taken in through an extended pseudopodia that wraps around and packages a particle into the food vacuole.
Phagocytosis and the ultimate digestion of the material that is phagocytosed involves all of the following EXCEPT:
B. cytoskeletal movement
C. enzyme activity
D. synaptic signaling
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