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The protruding invaginated sheets inside mitochondria is known as _____

(a) Cristae

(b) Fimbrae

(c) Hyphae

(d) Cellular Digestion

I had been asked this question by my school principal while I was bunking the class.

I want to ask this question from Mitochondrial Structure and Function in chapter Mitochondrial Structure and Function of Cell Biology

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The correct choice is (a) Cristae

The explanation is: The structure of mitochondria under the microscope is bean shaped with inner and outer mitochondrial membranes surrounding it. The inner membrane invaginates inside to produce finger-like protrusions known as the Cristae.

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