What are inclusions? How are inclusions different from organoids?

Inclusions refer to the relatively unstable components of the cytoplasm, which serve as reserve nutrients (starch, glycogen), products to be released from the cell (granules of secretion), ballast substances (some pigments). Organelles are permanent structures of the cytoplasm that perform certain functions in the cell.

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