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Intracellular compartments and protein sorting Compartmentalization Organelles nucleus Endoplasmic reticulum Ribosomes Golgi Mitochondria and chloroplasts lysosomes peroxisomes Protein sorting - Introduction Mechanisms of protein trafficing Gated Transmembrane Vesicular Sorting signals sequence patch
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Compartmentalization Organelles overcome SA/V limitations provide localized environments for specific metabolic processes have unique distribution mechanisms to pass information among organelles
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Eukaryotic cell organelles located in cytoplasm of cell Organelles are related through endomembrane system directly indirectly
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Nucleus surrounded by nuclear envelope contains main genome of cell and is site for DNA and RNA synthesis Is perforated by pores which regulate traffic in and out of nucleus Most visible structure is nucleolus
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Endoplasmic Reticulum Extensive membrane system of tubules and sacs Most extensive part of endomembrane system Two types smooth rough
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