What Is a Microtubule?


Microtubules are hollow tubes that are found in the cytoplasm of all eukaryotic cells. They shape and support the cell and also serve as tracks along which organelles carrying proteins can move.
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[mahy-kroh-too-byool, -tyoo-]
a hollow cylindrical structure in the cytoplasm of most cells, involved in intracellular shape and transport.
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A microtubule is a piece of tube that makes up part of a cell. The microtubuls are like the tiny pipes that hold the cells together and they are hollow.
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