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10-28-13 Secretory Pathway II questions

Describe the organization of microtubules in cells

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Unformatted text preview: are the enzymes located that carry out the synthesis? Which membrane face are newly synthesized lipids located in? Why are lipid flippases needed in the ER? What forms the track on which vesicles are transported among the different organelles of the secretory system? How do vesicles form on the donor membrane? What enzymes function in transport of vesicles from one organelle to another? How does the vesicle form part of the acceptor membrane of the organelle it is targeted to? Describe the organization of microtubules in cells. Where is the MTOC generally located with respect to the ER, Golgi and plasma membrane? Describe the orientations of microtubules between the ER and the Golgi. What about the orientations of microtubules between the Golgi...
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