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how do lysosomes do their magic?
they join with vesicles and the digestive enzyme breaks down the material inside the vesicle
what are lysosomes formed from?
the Golgi body
why is DNA profiling beneficial?
as it can be detected early, in which there is a greater chance that the condition fan be treated and cured
what is the rough endoplasmic reticulum?
when ribosomes are attached to the outside of membranes
how do proteins get to the Golgi body?
proteins produced at ribosomes pass through the channels of the ER to the Golgi body
what are vesicles?
small sacs of liquid containing proteins which surround the membrane of the Golgi body
what is the role of the cytosol?
it is where most metabolic reactions occur and it plays a role in controlling the osmotic pressure of the cell and the flow of chemicals into and out of the cell
what is the cytosol?
the liquid part of the cytoplasm which is about 90% water
what are all the structures of the nucleus?
nuclei, nuclear membrane, nuclear pores, nucleolus
what is the largest organelle in a cell ?
what is Huntingtons disease?
an inherited disorder that results in the death of brain cells, causing changes to mood and mental ability, and incoordination
what is smooth endoplasmic reticulum?
when there are no ribosomes attached on the ER
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