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Please answer this question. This is coming from my Biology Majorship Module Drill Reviewer and the question goes something like this:
Which type of cell would probably provide the best opportunity to study lysosomes?
A. Leaf Cell of a Plant
B. Nerve Cell
C. Muscle Cell
D. Phagocytes white blood cells
Please provide the correct answer with a corresponding explanation to that.
JOHN MICHAEL ANGELO
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Which of these cells contain lysosymes?
Cis or trans? That's what matters.
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Phagocyte has lysozyme where the phagocytosis occur.
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Phagocytes white blood cells would probably provide the best opportunity to study lysosomes.