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Transcript of Rough ER
Reticulum Rachel Bouffard Rough ER is a eukaryote and
is present in both animal and
plant cells. Rough ER displayed as #3, forms
membrane sheets that are located
near and around the nucleus. (#1) The Rough ER is very important
when it comes to cell structure
because of it's ability to transfer
proteins. Without the Rough
ER, the proteins would be shipped
off to other organelles and the cell
would not function properly. Because Rough ER has
ribosomes, the two organelles
work together to link
amino acids to form the proper
proteins needed for the cell.
Rough ER is also
the cell's membrane factory. Bibliography: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081204165919AApGie8
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