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  1. Cytoskeletons control the intracellular movement of cell organelles
  2. Cytoskeletons found in centrioles (contained in centrosomes) are  responsible for cell division, through the act of separating the chromatids
  3. Cytoskeletons provide the support for the beating action of the cillia to transport the fertilised ovum from the fallopian tube to the womb in the female reproductive system
  4. Cytoskeletons found in microvilli erect the microvilli to provide large surface area to facilitate the absorption of extracellular materials
  5. Some unicellular organisms require cytoskeletons in the form of flagellum to aid in their movement.

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