1.3) What is a cytoskeleton and why is it said to be a dynamic structure?
The cytoskeleton is a highly dynamic network of filamentous proteins that exists in the 3D space to link all regions and components of the cell. The cytoskeleton maintains cellular organization by linking together many cellular components.
The cytoskeleton is a dynamic network of protein filaments that defines the structure and motility of the cell. It prevents deformation of the cell, while allowing for cell-mediated changes in structure including contraction and cell migration.