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What do centrioles do?

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Scientists believe that centrioles have something do with cell division and spindle formation, but the exact function is unknown, especially because plants do not have centrioles and they form anastral spindle fibers (cytoplasmic strands or microscopic tubules) and undergo cytokinesis by cell-plate formation.

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