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Here's what I found on the internet, it's just a definition, so maybe you can fudge it: The primary microtubule organising center (MTOC) of animal cells, that divides prior to cell division each daughter MTOC acts as one pole of the spindle apparatus. The centrosome usually contains a pair of centrioles.
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