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For example, a human “_cI'€8.S cell has a few million osomes. Not surprisingly,
cells a,g';ive in protein, synthesis also have prominent nucleoli. (Keep in mind
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Some human cells also carry out phagocytosis. Among them are rggnacrophag
type of white~blood cell that helps defend the body by engulfing and destroying
bacteria and other invaders (see Figure 6.32). Figure 6.14 Lysosomes.
A human liver cell, for example, recycles half of its macromolecules each week.
The cells of people with inherited lysosomal storage diseases lack a functioning
hydrolytic enzyme normally present in lysosomes. The lysosomes become ...
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