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2. What is the use of the golgi apparatus?

  • Modifies proteins and packages them in vesicles for transport
  • To make lipids and steroids
  • Phospholipid bilayer containing proteins and other molecules forming a partially permeable barrier
  • Involved in the formation of the spindle during nuclear division and in transport within the cell cytoplasm

3. What the process in what proteins are produced and their pathway through the cell

  • Ribosome gives off protein -> Travels to golgi body -> Is packaged in vesicle -> Travels to rER to assume three-dimensional shape -> Travels back to golgi apparatus -> Is modified in golgi body -> Taken to cell surface membrane
  • Transcription -> Leaves nucleus -> Vesicle takes protein to golgi body -> Modified -> Vesicle takes protein to rER -> Turns to three-dimensional shape -> Vesicles fuses with cell surface membrane
  • Transcription -> Leaves nucleus -> Protein enters rER -> Protein moves through rER -> Vesicles contains protein -> Vesicles fuse to make sacs of the golgi body -> Protein modified -> Moves through cell (vesicle) -> Fuses with cell surface membrane
  • Protein enters rER -> Assumes two-dimensional shape -> Vesicle takes protein to lysosome -> Protein modified -> Protein packaged -> Vesicle takes protein to cell surface membrane

4. What does 'prokaryotic cell' mean?

  • 'With organelles'
  • 'Before the nucleus'
  • 'Without organelles'
  • 'After the nucleus'

5. What organelle isn't in a prokaryotic cell?

  • Nucleus
  • Ribosome
  • Cytoplasm
  • Cell surface membrane

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