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NEET BIO - Cell: Centrioles and Centrosome

hi in this video we are going to discuss

about the centrosome and the centrioles

centrosome basically is an organelle

containing two cylindrical structures

which are called as the centrioles so

what are centrosome centrosome is an

organelle it consists of two cylindrical

structures which are called as the

centrioles these two cylindrical

structures which are present in dow

centrosome is called as the centrioles

these are surrounded by amorphous

Payson Triola

material

so what are centrosomes they are an

organelle which consists of two

cylindrical structures which are called

as the centrioles and they are

surrounded by an amorphous very central

material both of the centrioles which

are present in the centrosome

are present and each of the centrioles

they have an organization of a cartwheel

so both of the centrioles which are

present in the centrosome and each of

the centriole has the organization of a

cognate they are made up of nine evenly

spaced Perry Farrell

fibrian's these Perry Farrell fibrils

are made up of tubulin proteins these

peripheral fibrils are made up of

tubulin proteins

so these centrioles which constitute the

centrosome has an cartwheel type of

organization in which they are made up

of nine evenly spaced peripheral fibers

which in turn made up of octave ll

protein these parent v peripheral fibers

are actually public they are a triplet

and these triplets or the peripheral

triplets or the edges and repellents are

linked these adjacent triplets are

linked to each other they are linked so

the central region of the proximal or

the central part of the proximal region

of the centriole is also proteinaceous

and T's called as the how

what is it is called it is called as the

how that is the central part of the

proximal region of the centriole is

proteinaceous and it is called as now

how it is connected with the tubules of

Perry Farrell triplet by radial sports

these radial spokes are also made up of

protein so that is a central part of the

proximal region of the centriole which

is proteinaceous is called as the hub

and this hub in turn is connected with

the tubules of the Perry Farrell triplet

by radial spokes and these radius hooks

are made up of protein basically the

centrosome and the centrioles forms the

basal body for the cilia and flagella

and spindle fibers which forms the

spindle apparatus during the cell

division in the animal cell which is the

basic function of the centriole and the

central zone so this is all about the

centrosome and the centrioles in our

next video we will discuss about the

nucleus so for more videos with a double

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