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Inside a Mitochondrion
Inside a Mitochondrion

    Mitochondria are tiny structures that provide the cell with energy. Mitochondria have an inner and outer membrane. The inner membrane has many twists and folds (called cristae). The right side of the image shows an electron micrograph of a mitochondrion.

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