more ..... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phragmoplast and Phycoplast From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Schematic representation of types of cytokinesis in the green algae: 1) Phycoplast formation with cleavage furrow (e.g. Chlamydomonas); 2) Cleavage furrow and persistent telophase spindle (e.g. Klebsormidium); 3) Phycoplast and cell plate formation (e.g. Fritschiella); 4) Persistent telophase spindle/phragmoplast with cell plate formation (e.g. Coleochaete) more.... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phycoplast Now visualize what it takes to "govern" the data transfers and destinations to accomplish all these tasks with exquisite fidelity..... Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!...... it boggles the mind. Yet it also is a powerful argument in support of the notion that there is no better candidate than microtubules as the place of origin of consciousness. It is entirely conceivable that trillions of synapses are involved in the process of "thinking", i.e. electrochemical data exchanges within the brain. At this level the action potentials for electric and chemical responses (comfort, discomfort) are generated and action potentials are a result of the microtubule data processing system. This is what makes the MT brain a complex biological data processing system that is shared by all Eukaryotic organisms and animal species on earth. MT systems range from bacteria to plants, from slime mold to humans and whales.[/QUOTE] Have you done any biochem units? At uni?