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23 February, 21:57

What moves cell organelles from one location to another inside a cell?

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  1. 23 February, 23:12
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    The movement of organelles within the cell is facilitated by motor proteins.

    Motor proteins possess the ability to convert chemical energy into mechanical energy. They are able to move along the surface of suitable substrates. Some examples of motor proteins are helicase, prestin and ATP synthase.
  2. 23 February, 23:39
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    The Answer: Motor Proteins
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