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Microtubules, Microfilaments Etc?


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I think it all depends on how you usually learn. I found it helpful to organize relevant information regarding each on separate sheets of paper/ index cards along with a diagram showing (roughly) the subunits, the approximate shape and where it's found; and then memorize from those. That would help if you're a visual learner I suppose.


A quick memorization tool I guess would be microtubules are made of tubulin. Then by elimination; filaments would be made of actin. I always find it helpful to have an initial trigger for basic information, then the rest of the details come more easily as well.


Hope this helps and good luck!

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