what are tubules,vesicles and vacuoles in golgi apparatus
Asked by Disha | 4th Jul, 2017, 10:54: PM
Tubules in golgi apparatus are called microtubules which support the whole apparatus.
Vesicles are small fluid like structures in golgi apparatus that are responsible for packaging proteins and lipids.
Vacuoles perform exocytosis and endocytosis which means the proteins and lipids from the cell are absorbed within the Golgi apparatus which are secreted into external environment of the cell.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 5th Jul, 2017, 09:53: AM
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