The Golgi apparatus modifies, stores and packages first aid products.
The plasma membrane controls the passage of matter in and out of the cell.
Microtubules are rod cells that also play a role in the movement of organelles.
peroxisome. Peroxisomes produce hydrogen peroxide as a by-product of their metabolic processes.
The atomic shell is a double membrane in the nucleus that contains genetic material. It separates the contents of the nucleus from the cytoplasm. The atomic shell is made up of two lipid double layers, an internal and an external membrane.
The answer to this question will be the basal bodies. The basal bodies have the same shape, size, structure and chemical composition as the centrioles and consist of a ring of nine triplets of microtubules (arrangement 9 + 0). In addition, cilia and flagella can develop from the basal bodies.
(A) The cisternal maturation model for Golgi protein movement. As a new cis reservoir forms, it passes the Golgi stack and changes as it matures, accumulating medial enzymes and then trans through vesicles moving from subsequent reservoirs to anterior reservoirs (retrograde traffic).
A membrane is a selective barrier that lets some things pass but prevents others from entering. Such things can be molecules, ions or other small particles.
Answer and Explanation: The proteins that are exported or secreted by the cell are normally produced in the gross endoplasmic reticulum (gross ER).
Proteins accumulate in the cells of an organelle called a ribosome. Ribosomes are found in all major cell types and are the site of protein synthesis. However, the DNA itself cannot leave the cell nucleus. It can’t be a problem if ribosomes can enter the nucleus.
Eukaryotic ribosomes are produced and assembled in the nucleolus. Ribosomal proteins enter the nucleolus and combine with the four rRNA strands to form the two ribosomal subunits (one small and one large) that make up the complete ribosome (see Figure 1).
Peroxisomes are small organelles found in eukaryotic animal and plant cells. Hundreds of these round organelles are found in a single cell. Also known as microorganisms, peroxisomes are connected by a single membrane and contain enzymes that produce hydrogen peroxide as a byproduct.
The cytoskeleton is a network of microfilaments, intermediate filaments and microtubules. The cytoskeleton has a number of functions including the formation of cells without a cell wall, cell movement, the movement of organelles within the cell, endocytosis and cell division.
Prokaryotic cells have the following functions: The genetic material (DNA) is contained in a region called the nucleoid, which does not have a membrane. The cell contains a large number of ribosomes, which are used for protein synthesis. The plasma membrane is located at the edge of the cell.
Calcium is stored in cells in a structure called a lattice, which is a series of interconnected tubes and small sacs that are scattered through the cells. Too much calcium can cause cell damage or ■■■■■.
Most bacteria contain DNA in a single circular molecule called a bacterial chromosome. Together with various proteins and RNA molecules, the chromosome forms an irregularly shaped structure called a nucleoid. It is found in the cytoplasm of the bacterial cell.
Animals, plants, fungi and protists are all eukaryotes. Eukaryotic cells are more complex than prokaryotic cells and come in many different forms. The nucleus contains most of the cell’s genetic material (DNA). The extra DNA is in the mitochondria and (if applicable) in the chloroplasts.
Therefore, white blood cells are used to examine lysosomes. Therefore, the correct answer is (c) phagocytic white blood cells.