Centrioles are like spindles.
A Centriole is like a straw because they both are tubes that let things get from one end to the other end.
The centriole has a round look to it because it is made from nine triplets of microtubules that make a straw-like(as said above) look.
A centriole is like a clothing rack because centrioles organize cell division and clothing racks organize sizes of clothing
In the cell structure, centrioles and chromatin function as the blueprint. Housing genetic information ensuring the structure is made correctly.
Yes, we do analogies.
The word analogies is the plural noun of analogies. A good sentence would be, the analogies between them were outrageous.
There is no analogies for those subjects.
Explanatory analogies Rhetorical analogies Both A and B
wat color is centrioles
Plants do not have centrioles.
what is types of analogies
Nope centrioles have no membranes
Centrioles are in animals.They are not in bacteria.
The nickname for the centrioles is centrosome.
Churros look like centrioles. After all, centrioles were here first.
Analogies is the plural form of the term "analogy."
Opposites Analogies and Object and Classification Analogies
The role of the centrioles are when they pull apart
no, plants do not have centrioles. Animals do but not plants
The centrioles are duplicated
what are some analogies for cytoplasm in a plant cell?
The centrioles produce microtubules called spindle fibers, which push the centrioles apart as they grow.
only animal cells have centrioles.
Centrioles are made of microtubules.
No. Plant cells do not contain centrioles.
No there are no centrioles in plant cells.