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Which component is not a structure of a cell?a. outer membrane b. cell membrane c. genetic materiald. cytoplasm


Which component is not a structure of a cell?

a. outer membrane 

b. cell membrane 

c. genetic material

d. cytoplasm 

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Genetic material contains the hereditary information needed for the formation of new cells. It is generally present in the nucleus of a cell. Thus, ...

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