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What cell structure/organelle would be especially common in

i)cells lining the respiratory passages?
ii)white blood cells that engulf and detroy invading bacteria
iii)enzyme (protein) secreting cells of the pancreas

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    mitochondria

  • Biology -

    those were three different questions. which one was the answer for?

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    ii) lysosome i believe
    111) I think its ribosomes

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