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how is compartmentalization achieved in eukaryotic cells?

how is compartmentalization achieved in eukaryotic cells?

A. Primarily by Cellular structures surrounded by protein.

B. Primarily by membrane- bound structures.

C. Primarily by secondary endosymbiosis

D. Primarily by the Cytoskeleton, which divides the cell into different domains for different functions

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