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 Lysosome Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
These enzymes are only active within the acidic membrane of the lysosome so that in case of leakage or rupture, the enzymes will not be active within the cell.
Lysosomes are formed off of the membrane of the trans-golgi.
It is clear just how important the lysosome is due to the diseases that are caused when there is a defect in the structure of the hydrolytic acid.
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 Immune system - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
To phagocytose a particle or pathogen, a phagocyte extends portions of its plasma membrane, wrapping the membrane around the particle until the entire particle is enveloped (i.e.
Once inside the cell, the invading pathogen is contained inside a vacuole which merges with another type of vacuole called a lysosome.
The lysosome contains enzymes and acids that kill and digest the particle or organism.
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 Cell (biology) - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Organelles: (1) nucleolus (2) nucleus (3) ribosome (4) vesicle,(5) rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER), (6) Golgi apparatus, (7) Cytoskeleton, (8) smooth ER, (9) mitochondria, (10) vacuole, (11) cytoplasm, (12) lysosome, (13) centrioles
Lysosomes and peroxisomes - the cellular digestive system: Lysosomes and peroxisomes are often referred to as the garbage disposal system of a cell.
Both organelles are somewhat spherical, bound by a single membrane, and rich in digestive enzymes, naturally occurring proteins that speed up biochemical processes.
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/c/e/l/Cell_(biology).html   (3708 words)

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