Cheek cells do not have _______ (a) cell membrane (b) nucleus (c) golgi apparatus (d) plastids

(d) plastids

  • The cells of the basal mucosa which are composed of squamous epithelial cells are commonly thought of as cheek cells.
  • They are eukaryotic cells which contain a nucleus and other organelles within enclosed in a membrane.
  • Structures such as nucleus, cell membrane and cytoplasm can be easily observed in the human cheek cells.
  • Since these cells are easily shed from the mouth lining, it is therefore easy to obtain them for observation.

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