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Two different monomers, Tubulin-a and Tubulin-b are present. The a and b subunits are associated as dimer pH to form the microtubule depends upon pH, temperature, cation concentration and GTP. It was found that microtubules assemble at 37°C. Mg++, Ca++ are also necessary for the association of these units to form a microtubule. Besides Tubulin protein, microtubules also contain MAP - Microtubule Associated protein, which is involved in microtubular assembly. FUNCTIONS Microtubules help in movement of Cilia, and Flagella, Cyclosis or Cytoplasmic streaming, maintaining the cell structure movement of chromosomes during cell division, the division of the cell during cytokinesis.

They also contain phospholipids such as phosphotidyl glycerol, phosphatidic acid, inositol and ethanol 44 Comprehensive Biotechnology–I amine. DNA and RNA are also associated with chloroplasts. As chloroplasts synthesise starch, they store carbohydrates. Haeme and Chlorophyll are the major pigments in chloroplats, but chlorophyll-A is more prominent. Several elements in free or bound form like copper, iron, magnesium and manganese are present in this organelle. Outer membrane Inner membrane Grana stacks consisting of grana lamellae or small thylakoids Stroma (or embedding matrix) containing photosynthetic carbon cycle enzymes, cDNA and ribosomes Osmiophilic granule Ribosomes Starch granule Fig.

Contents of residual bodies are released from the cell by exocytosis. FUNCTIONS (1) Digestion of large extracellular particles by the formation of phagolysosomes. They are also responsible for killing of bacteria and viruses that are phagocytosed, by fusion with phagosome (Fig. 7). (2) During starvation lysosomes are seen actively involved in the digestion of intracellular organelles for energy. Cellular Organelles 39 Autophagy Primary lysosome Autolysome Crinophagous granules Crinophagy Crinolysosome Residual body Phagolysosome Heterolysosome Digestion and release Fig.

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