Axoneme

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An axoneme is part of the internal structure of [[Cilia]] and [[Flagella]]. It functions as the [[Cytoskeleton]] by providing semi-rigid support, allowing the [[Organelle|organelle]] to maintain its general shape while being able to move.
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An axoneme is part of the internal structure of [[Cilia]] and [[Flagella]]. It functions as the [[Cytoskeleton]] by providing semi-rigid support, allowing the [[Organelle|organelle]] to maintain its general shape while being able to move. It is made of [[Microtubule|microtubules]] in a [[9+2_arrangement|9+2 structure]].

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An axoneme is part of the internal structure of Cilia and Flagella. It functions as the Cytoskeleton by providing semi-rigid support, allowing the organelle to maintain its general shape while being able to move. It is made of microtubules in a 9+2 structure.

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