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  1. GOLGI GOLGI GOLGI GOLGI COMPLEX COMPLEX COMPLEX COMPLEX
  2. The Golgi apparatus Golgi apparatus Golgi apparatus Golgi apparatus, also known as the Golgi complex Golgi complex Golgi complex Golgi complex, Golgi body Golgi body Golgi body Golgi body, or simply the Golgi Golgi Golgi Golgi, is an organelle found in most eukaryotic cells.
  3. Golgi Apparatus
  4. Golgi was identified in 1897 by the Italian physician Camillo Golgi. This cell organelle was named after him in 1898.
  5. The Golgi structure 1. Is a smooth, curvy structure. 2. Has a flattened stack of membranes. 3. Has a front end and a back end. 4. The front end is called the cis face cis face cis face cis face and the back end is called the trans face trans face trans face trans face.
  6. Golgi Apparatus
  7. Golgi apparatus has cisternae cisternae cisternae cisternae are the flattened membrane folds and secretory vesicles secretory vesicles secretory vesicles secretory vesicles which are what the cell discharges.
  8. Functions: Functions: Functions: Functions: The basic function of the Golgi apparatus is the transport of proteins within the cell. The Golgi receives materials for transportation through the cis face cis face cis face cis face and sends the materials through to the trans face trans face trans face trans face once they are packaged and modified into the vesicles. It functions in the collection, packaging, and distribution of material.
  9. Cisternae are the flattened membrane folds of the Golgi apparatus that push together, pinching off secretory vesicles containing molecules; which are then discharged into the cell.
  10. Golgi apparatus is a major collection and dispatch station of protein products received from the endoplasmic reticulum (ER). Proteins synthesized in the ER are packaged into vesicles, which then fuse with the Golgi apparatus.
  11. These cargo proteins are modified and destined for secretion via exocytosis or for use in the cell.
  12. In this respect, the Golgi can be thought of as similar to a post office: it packages and labels items which it then sends to different parts of the cell or to the extracellular space. The Golgi apparatus is also involved in lipid transport and lysosome formation.
  13. Vesicular transport Vesicular transport Vesicular transport Vesicular transport The vesicles that leave the rough ER are transported to the cis face of the Golgi apparatus, where they fuse with the Golgi membrane and empty their contents into the lumen. Once inside the lumen, the molecules are modified, then sorted for transport to their next destinations.
  14. The End The End The End The End
  15. Golgi Apparatus