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How are the organelles able to maintain their position inside the cell?


  1. The plasma membrane is rigid like cement and does not allow the organelles to move

  2. None of the above
  3. The organelles are attached to cell membrane

  4. The cell matrix consists of protein filaments that keep the organelles in their place


Solution

The correct option is D

The cell matrix consists of protein filaments that keep the organelles in their place


The cell organelles are held in their position inside the cell by protein filaments present in the plasma of the cell. These filaments are mainly of three types: microfilaments, intermediate filaments and microtubules.

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