What are vesicles and what are their functions?
Asked by Priya Dutt | 26th Sep, 2010, 12:00: AM
A vesicle is a small membrane-enclosed sac that can store or transport substances. Vesicles are mainly involved in the transportation of material in/out or within the cell.
They are made of at least one layer of the phospholipid-bilayer; which is the major constituent of the cell membrane.
Answered by | 26th Sep, 2010, 01:59: PM
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