Mesosomes are formed by the infoldings of plasma membranes. They are mainly found in bacteria. Functions of Mesosomes are listed below:
(i) These extensions help in cell wall formation and DNA replication and distribution of equal chromosomes in daughter cells.
(ii) They contain enzymes for aerobic respiration and also helps in secretion processes and to increase the surface area of the plasma membrane and enzymatic contentAnswered by Pragya Singh | 1 year ago
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