Fungi Basics

What organelle is absent in fungi?

Centrioles that divide during cell division processes, mitosis and meiosis, are lacking in all fungi. (They are found only in animal cells and are self-replicating organelles that appear to help organize cell division, but aren’t essential to the process; for more about mitosis and meiosis, see the chapter “Cellular Basics.”)


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