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Transcript of Golgi Apparatus
Sulfur and phosphate groups may be added
ATP is energy source for this process.
New substances now re-vesicled and exit The Cis-face is where vesicles enter.
The cisternae is where the magic happens.
The lumen is where ATP is received.
The trans-face is where the changed substances exit in vesicles. When the vesicle enters the cis-face, the vesicle is fused to the Golgi.
The vesicles that the transformed glycoproteins enter are like the shipping address, and they tell the cell where this vesicle should go.
These vesicles are usually sent to a separate organelle or secreted via exocytosis. Various Names for Golgi Apparatus Golgi
Golgi Complex Thanks to Mr. Nehring, who guided the two of us in this project. Golgi Apparatus Functions Main Parts of Golgi Appearance The Post Office of the Cell Works cited
Biology4Kids.com: Cell Structure: Golgi Complex. (n.d.). Rader's BIOLOGY 4 KIDS.COM. Retrieved January 24, 2013, from http://www.biology4kids.com/files/cell_golgi
Cell_structure. (n.d.). Museum of the Future. Retrieved January 24, 2013, from http://cronodon.com/BioTech/Cell_structure.html
File:Golgi apparatus (borderless version)-en.svg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. (n.d.). Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved January 24, 2013, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Golgi_apparatus_(borderless_version)-en.svg The golgi complex looks like a stack of pancakes, around 1 micrometer in diameter.
In mammalian cells, there are 40-100 stacks, with 4-8 cisternae in a stack.
In protists, there can be over 50 cisternae in a single stack. Where are Golgi found? Golgi are found exclusively in eukaryotic cells.
Even though there are slight differences in the golgi depending on the organism, the function is the same. All of this info is accurate, and hope you enjoyed this prezi! What happens to the vesicles? By Tim and by Mal