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  • Endomembrane system- and its components
    It is the association between the membranous components to work effectively. It is comprised of ER, Golgi Body, Vacuole, Lysosomes, Cell Membrane…
  • Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)- Function, Structure and Type
    In Eukaryotic Cell the presence of the network of the reticulum of tiny tubular structures scattered in the cytoplasm called the Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER). They are of 2 types- RER and SER…
  • Ribosome- Protein factory of a cell
    Ribosome are non-membrane bound organelle made of Ribo-nucleic acid (RNA) and proteins. Discovered by the George Palade (1953), so also called the Palade particle. Ribosome are the smallest cell organelle that’s why they are even present in the other organelle so that they are also called “Organelle within organelle”. They are sometimes associated with the…
  • Plastids- Types, Structure and function.
    Plastids are membrane-bound, oval organelle found in plant cells and euglenoids. Shows diverisification based on type of pigment, but are interconvertable…
  • Mitochondria- Structure, functions and origin.
    Mitochondria also known as the powerhouse of the cell, makes up the complete energy required for the cell. It is the double membranous organelle and is typically the most active part of the cell. All the mitochondria present in a cell are collectively known as the Chondriome. A mitochondrion varies in shapes and sizes form the…

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