Inclusions are called the unstable structures of the cytoplasm, which, in contrast to organoids, either appear or disappear during the life of the cell. Most often, they play the role of a reserve of nutrients or are the waste products of cell structures. Dense inclusions are called granules (starch or glycogen grains). There are liquid inclusions (drops of fat).
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