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How Organelles Interact
Transcript of How Organelles Interact
Golgi apparatus packages macromolecules for secretion and transportation outside the cell. It produces vesicles that encloses the macrolecules and transports it to the plasma membrane.
It also works with the rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum.
The ER processes proteins and prepares them for transport and secretion. The cell membrane receives the vesicles that contain proteins tagged for secretion from the cell.
The RNA has to interact with all of the organelles in the cell. The RNA especially has to communicate with the organelles within the nucleus. Together all of those organelles instruct the cell on what to do. The RNA is vital in that aspect.
Since centrioles are involved in cell division and organization, the centrioles must work with all organelles in the cell to make sure all are seperated correctly and organized.
Cilia is involved in cell division, which means it is involved with everything inside the cell. It is ALWAYS located near the nucleus, and focuses on that during cell division.
Everything inside the nucleus works together, the seperate parts complete their "jobs" and everthing goes smooth. The organelles inside the nucleus have to "communicate" to make sure that each job gets done and is done correctly, they also have to make sure they are remembering the organelles around the nucleus and that they are still informing the organelles what to do, after all the nucleus is the "command center". The nucleus also has to work with what is on the outside of the nucleus, it has to inform everything in the cell what to do, if the nucleus didn't interact with other organelles in the cell, the cell would be completely worthless.
Microtubules are conveyer belts inside the cells. They move vesicles, granules, mitochondria, and chromosomes. Microtubules may work alone, or join with other proteins to form more complex structures like cilia, flagella or centrioles.
First, microfilaments have to work with the cytoskeleton and the cell membrane, the microfilaments control the shape of the cell, and if it changes the cells shape if effects all organelles but mostly those two. Dispite the importance of those two organelles, in orger for the microfilaments to do their jobs, they must communicate with all of the organelles
The intermediary filaments organize and secure organelles, they work with all organelles to make sure that they are not free floating through the cell and are secure in the cell.
Centrioles control the direction of flagella movement
The flagella are primarily used for movement and so they interact with the environment outside the organism or cell.
Mitochondria produce the ATP that is required by most other organelles for their functions.
Plastids form small bodies called proplastids. Once formed certain kinds of plastids can be converted into other types. There are three plastid categories- Leucoplasts , chromoplasts, and chloroplasts which are essential in the photosynthetic process. That means that all organelles within the cell are effected by the plastids conditions.
The cell membrane helps protect the cell it keeps all the components of the cell inside. It is very important to allow the exchange of certain substances in and out of the cell through specific types of transports.It has to work with all organelles to keep them protected.
The cytoplasm holds organelles in their places, and it helps to move anything around that might harm the organelles. It's hard to pin point, because the cytoplasm plays a role in almost everything in the cell at least in some small way.
The vesicle transports things in and out of the cell, so the vesicles have to work with the cell membrane to be able to complete it's job. Also, vesicles are in the cytoplasm so of course it must work with the cytoplasm as well.