View from the center of the cell, featuring its paired centrioles (white). Centrioles are tubular structures forming part of the centrosome, an organelle tasked with organizing much of the cell's skeleton. Through its influence exerted on the cell skeleton, the centrosome assists in cell movement, cell division and contributes to the overall shape of the cell.

Surrounding the cell's central cavity are the lobes of the nucleus (gold), several mitochondria (red), granules (purple) and vesicles (white). The golgi, which envelops the centrioles in this cell, is not shown to maintain clarity.