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The Golgi Apparatus. Defining:. Golgi apparatus – a group of flattened stacks of membranes ( Golgi body) Cisternae – individual stacks of membranes ( Latin “ collecting vessels” Cisternae vary in number within the golgi apparatus, depending on what kind of cell they are in. Functions:.

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defining
Defining:
  • Golgi apparatus – a group of flattened stacks of membranes ( Golgi body)
  • Cisternae – individual stacks of membranes ( Latin “ collecting vessels”
  • Cisternae vary in number within the golgi apparatus, depending on what kind of cell they are in
functions
Functions:
  • Collection of molecules
  • Packaging of molecules
  • Distribution of molecules
  • The synthesis of cell wall components
parts
Parts:
  • Transport vesicles – transport non synthesized materials from ER ( Endoplasmic reticulum)
  • Lumen – storage for materials before going to the cis face
  • Cis face – front, receiving end, located near ER, materials arrive via transport vesicles
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Parts:
  • Trans face – back, exit, materials are discharged into secretory vesicles
  • Secretory vesicles – carry synthesized materials to their correct location
  • Lysosomes – digestive vesicles, contain high levels of degrading enzymes
collecting packaging distribution
Collecting, Packaging, & Distribution
  • Transport vesicles bring materials into the cis face,cisface synthesizes and moves materials into the trans face
  • Trans face sends synthesized materials into secretory vesicles which then send them into their proper locations
synthesis cell wall components
Synthesis: Cell wall components
  • Noncellulose polysaccharides which form part of the cell walls in plants get synthesized
  • After they are synthesized, they get sent to the plasma membrane, they are added to cellulose
  • When added to cellulose, it is assembled on the exterior part of the cell wall