The movement of cilia and flagella is due to the presence of

The Movement Of Cilia And Flagella Is Due To The Biology Question

The movement of cilia and flagella is due to the presence of


(a) radial spokes
(b) central sheath
(c) singlet microtubules
(d) dyneins

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