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Question NBME Form 2; Normal cycles of ciliogenesis!

Normal cycles of ciliogenesis in oviduct epithelial cells depend directly on:

A) Biogenesis of additional mitochondria
b) Chromosomal DNA replication
C) Glycosylations within the golgi body
D) Multiplications of centrioles
e) Synthesis of cytokeratin
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Normal cycles of ciliogenesis in oviduct epithelial cells depend directly on:

A) Biogenesis of additional mitochondria
b) Chromosomal DNA replication
C) Glycosylations within the golgi body
D) Multiplications of centrioles
e) Synthesis of cytokeratin
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Does anybody else think this question is a WTF q? or is it just me
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i do too!!!
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its multiplication of centrioles
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i never learned anything bout this till today
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Hey boy i also never learned but its a conceptual question
Ciliogenesis = cilia + genesis
cilia is a type of cytoskeleton of cell used in movement of cell.
centrioles are inside the cilia,
So among the options that is the only option D which had centrioles in it!

If u think it has nothing to do with ovary it can be any organ the thing is u know the concept
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