What Is the Function of a Cytoplasm?


The main function of the cytoplasm is providing support to the internal structures of a cell. It is the place where cell expansion and growth take place in addition to being a medium in which the organelles can stay suspended. It also helps in maintaining the shape and steadiness of the cell.
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Cytoplasm is a semi-fluid subtance enclosed within the cell membrane. It encases, cushions and protects the internal organelles. It is the site where most of the metobolic pathways and processes take place.
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