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Proteins encoded for by rER-bound ribosomes become ... proteins, ... or ... proteins
integral membrane
lysosomal
secretory
Free ribosomes encode for ... proteins.
cytoplasmic
lumen of rough ER often contains flocculent material which is ...
newly synthesized proteins
Major function of rER is synthesis and ... of secretory and integral membrane proteins from the cytoplasm
segregation
Protein synthesis on rER membranes involves a ... sequence
signal
golgi complex consists of a series of subcompartments organized as a stack of membrane-limited ...
cisternae
golgi complex has cis and ... face. the ... face is closer to the cell membrane
trans
trans
Golgi region, or Golgi zone, is usually restricted to an area that is located next to ... in the majority of cell types.
the nucleus (juxtanuclear)
what is this structure? identify a. and b.
(see figure)
Resident enzymes are differentially distributed across the ... i.e., sialyltransferase is only located in the ...
Golgi stacks
trans Golgi
in the golgi, the trans face is the (entry/exit) side and the cis face is the (entry/exit) side
exit
entry
Small vesicles and "transitional elements" of the ... are found opposite the cis-side of the Golgi complex.
rER
golgi is ... in most cells but ... in cells secreting proteoglycans or mucus, like goblet cells of the intestinal epithelium
small
large