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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 GOLGIAPPERATUS HISTORY Named after Camillo Golgi 1st visual characteristics reported by Golgi at the Medical Society of Pavia in 1898 Debate continued about the existence until 1913 when the name Golgi Apparatus was given In 1954 the Golgi Apparatus got the seal of approval and was fully accepted PARTS Stack of 3-20 slighty curved,flattened saccules One side is directed toward the Endoplasmic Reticulum and the other is directed toward the Plasma Membrane 3 defined regions: Vesicles from the Rough ER fuse to the CIS region, then re-package them in the MEDIAL, and exit through the TRANS region CIS, MEDIAL, TRANS FUNCTIONS Serves as the packaging and distribution center of the cell Enzymes inside modify proteins chemically and then package them in new vesicles for the final destinations After being modified the proteins are transported by a second set of transport vesicles out of the TRANS side sent to other organelles, expelled to the plasma membrane, or stored in the Golgi for later use final destinations: ASSOCIATIONS Some vesicles that depart from the Golgi are Lysosomes Protein-filled vesicles bud from the Rough ER Lipid-filled vesicles bud from the Smooth ER The proteins and lipids from the Smooth and Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum go the Golgi to be repackaged and are then sent to the Plasma Membrane and Lysosomes MOLECULES Continuous Secretion Line- Fuse to the Plasma Membrane, contribute to the biochemicals in the Extracellular Matrix, they act as signals to other cells, and provide proteins for repair and replacement of theplasma membrane REGULATED SECRETION LINE- Produced in specialized secretory cell Fuse with the Plasma Membrane and release contents in regulated bursts from cell surfaces THE LYSOSOME LINE- 40-50 biochemicals sent to lysosomes to help with digestion DISEASES Alzheimer's Disease Because the Golgi is falling apart in the cells
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