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which one of the following is not an inclusion body in prokaryotes? a)cynophycean granule b)pollysome c)glycogen granule d)phosphare granule

which one of the following is not an inclusion body in prokaryotes?
a)cynophycean granule
b)pollysome
c)glycogen granule
d)phosphare granule

Grade:12th pass

3 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago

Ribosomes -

It is a complex made up of RNA and protein and is the site for protein synthesis.

- wherein

Several ribosomes may attach to a single mRNA and form chains called polyribosomes or polysome.

 

 Polysomes are strach of ribosomes composed of RNA and protein.


Hence option 2 is correct.
Mahima Kanawat
1010 Points
2 years ago
Dear student
Polysome is not inclusion body. Polysome refers to many ribosomes attached to a single m RNA in case of prokaryotic translation.
Hope it helps 
abinayaa
49 Points
2 years ago
A polyribosome (or polysome) is a complex of an mRNA molecule and two or more ribosomes that act to translate mRNA instructions into polypeptides. It is not a inclusion body.

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