Eukaryotic cells depend on organelles known as centrioles to help organize microtubules during cell reproduction (mitosis and meiosis). The centrioles are made of tubulin arranged in a tube-like shape. The centrioles are often in a pair and are arranged at right angles to one another, forming a centrosome.

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