Which cell organelle is present in animal cell but not in plant cell responsible for cell division
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The centrioles are structures present in centrosomes or Microtubule organising centre (MTOC) that form spindle fibres and help in cell division in animal cells. However, in plant cells, the centrioles are absent and spindle fibres are produced near the nuclear envelope in the structure similar to centrosome. But these centrosome like structures have relatively simpler organisation in plant cells than centriole of animal cells.
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