Upgrade to access all content for this subject
Cristae are the folds of the inner membrane within mitochondria.
Ruiz Villarreal, Mariana. Animal Mitochondrion Diagram. Digital image. Wikimedia Commons, 8 Sept. 2011. Web. 20 Sept. 2016.
Would mitochondria without cristae function as well as mitochondria with cristae? Select the BEST answer.
Mitochondria without cristae would not have as much intermembrane space.
Mitochondria without cristae would not have as much surface area for critical membrane proteins.
Mitochondria without cristae would not have enough space to move properly.
A mitochondria without cristae would function the same a mitochondria with cristae.