What the difference between cellular inclusions and cellular organelles?

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What the difference between cellular inclusions and cellular organelles?

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Cellular Inclusions are nonliving bodies, by-products of cellular metabolism present in the cytoplasm, such as pigment granules, fat droplets, or nutritive substances (also called metaplasm). Cellular Organelles are differentiated structures within a cell, such as a mitochondrion, vacuole, or chloroplast, that perform a specific function.