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Unformatted text preview: 85. Award: 1.00 point Problems? Adjust credit for all students. Complete each statement by dragging each label into the appropriate blank. Then place the statements in order to coincide with the the vesicular transport process. endocytosis exocytosis lysosome macrophage A wandering macrophage encounters a bacterium. Extending outwards from the macrophage, pseudopods are formed to encircle the bacterium. peroxisome When completely surrounded, the bacterium is brought inside the cell membrane and forms a phagosome. phagolysosome Lysosomes fuse with the phagosome to form a phagolysosome. phagosome pinocytosis pseudopods trancytosis vesicle Enzymes from the lysosome degrade and digest the bacterium. The vesicle now moves back to the cell membrane where it fuses once again. Release of the digested bacterium indicate the excretion of waste products via exocytosis. Explanation: Phagocytosis is a process reserved for only a select few of the body's cell types. However, ingestion processing, and elimination of solid fragments includes phagocytosis, formation of a phagolysosome, and exocytosis. References Composition eBook & Resources Section: 03.03 ...
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