Microbial Cell Structure and Function - Cell Inclusions

4 important questions on Microbial Cell Structure and Function - Cell Inclusions

What are the different kind of cell inclusions?

  • Carbon storage polymers
  • Polyphosphate
  • Sulfur globules
  • Carbonate minerals
  • Magnetosomes

What are carbon storage polymers?

Carbon storage polymers has two types:
  • Poly-β-hydroxybutyric acid (PHB): storage of lipids
  • Glycogen: storage of glucose

What are sulfur globules?

Sulfur globules are composed of elemental sulfur, it is storage of energy.
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What are carbonate minerals?

Carbonate minerals are composed of carbonate and barium, strontium, or magnesium.

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