What are the particles on the surface of the cristae in mitochondira called? How do they work?
Particles present on cristae of mitochondria are called elementary particles. The particles are also called eletron transport particles and these are playing a great role in ATP synthesis
The fine particles present in the cristae of mitochondria are called ETP (electron transport particles) and they are important in the synthesis of ATP molecules. Their role is important during oxidative phosporylation taking place inside mitochondria.