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I'm a little curious about how organelles in cells reproduce themselves. My AP Bio teacher explained to me that during mitosis, when the cytoskelaton disassembles to make the mitotic spindle, the organelles just float around and they can float into the daughter cell right before cytokinesis occurs, but I'm curious to know how the cells make more organelles if they have too few or something. Thanks!
You can clearly understand what are all the cell organells and their functions in a simple manner by visiting http://www.understandbiology.co/2013/03/cell-organelles.html.
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