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Host vacuoleHost cell

Definition

The host vacuole is a fluid-filled, membrane-bound compartment in the cytoplasm. The precise form and function of vacuoles may vary between phyla. They are employed for a variety of purposes, including storage, as a degradative compartment, cell size control, secretion and following phagocytosis.

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