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Figure 6.16 (from page 109) Review: relationships among organelles of the
endomembrane system. The red arrows show some of the migration pathways for
membranes and the materials they enclose. We'll continue our tour of the cell
In contrast to organelles of the endomembrane system, each of these organelles
has at least .;Lo_ membranes separating the innermost space from the cytosol.
Their membrane proteins are made not by the-ER,~bu.L.b.;c-fteiemilaeseianes-in
Iž It is this DNA that programs the synthesis of the proteins made on the
organelle's own ribosomes. (Proteins imported from the cytosol— constituting
most of the organelle's proteins—are programmed by nuclear DNA.)
Mitochondria and ...
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