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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Organelle Process Organelle Process DNA Ribosome Nucleus Nucleolous DNA sends instructions of what protein is going to be made to the nucleolus. The nucleolusmakes RNA, and RNA createsribosomes. Ribosomes make protein, which are thenattached to theRough EndoplasmicReticulum. The Rough EndoplasmicReticulum processes the protein and it'ssent to the Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum. The Golgi Apparatus modifiesthe protein and create vesiclesfor them. The vesiclescarry theprotein to the Plasma Membrane. The Plasma Membrane allows the protein to leave the cell, and go to the cilia and flagella. The Cilia and the Flagella move the protein away from the cell, to where it's needed. Peroxisomes are a type of vesicle that digest enzymes, which are made of protein. Lysosomes are a type of vesicle that break down protein. Vacuoles are a type of vesicle that are made out of protein, and hold protein. The nucleus allows RNA to move in and out of the nucleus. The Cytosol holds everything in place, and is mostly made up of protein. Centrosomes centrioles assist in cell division and are made of micro-tubules. The Cytoskeleton supports the Cytosol and help maintains the cell's shape. Major parts of it are made of protein. The Mitochondria provides ATP for the cell to help create protein. Mitochondria Cytoskeleton Cytosol Centrosome Centrioles Vacuoles Peroxisome Lysosome Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum Golgi Apparatus Vesicle Plasma Membrane Cilia and Flagella Hannah Paquette The Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum produces vesicle to carry proteins to the Golgi Apparatus.
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