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The food vacuole formed in this way then fuses with a lysosome, whose enzymes
digest the food (Figure 6.14a). Digestion products, including simple sugars,
amino acids, and other monomers, pass into the cytosol and become nutrients for
Macrophages ingest bacteria and viruses and destroy them using lysosomes.
Bottom This diagram shows one lysosome fusing with a food vacuole during the
process of phagocytosis. (b) T 0,0 In the cytoplasm of this rat liver cell, a
Bottom This diagram shows a lysosome fusing with a vesicle containing a
damaged mitochondrion. Lysosomes also use their hydrolytic enzymes to w~ a
process called “auto ha ~ uring autophagy, a damaged organelle or small
amount of ...
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