The newly formed phagosome then fuses with a lysosome whose hydrolytic enzymes

The newly formed phagosome then fuses with a lysosome

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environment and buds off to form a food vacuole or phagosome. The newly-formed phagosome then fuses with a lysosome whose hydrolytic enzymes digest the "food" inside, this alo being called -"cellular eating" ( Bruce Alberts, 2004).Phagocytosis -1. Phagocytosis is the process of intake of solid particles by cell.2. The process includes formation of vesicles around the particle.3. Exocytosis occures at the end to throw out the waste.4. Phagosome and Lysosomes combine to form food vacuole.5. It is popularly known as cell eating.Pinocytosis -1. The process includes the intake of liquid material.2. Vesicles are formed by plasma membrane or cell membrane.3. There is no Exocytosis at the end of pinocytosis.4. There no any function of Lysosomes in pinocytosis.5. It is popularly known as cell drinking.4. What are some other examples of proteins secreted by exocytosis that are essential for cell andtissue function? GlycoproteinsAs many proteins move through the rough ER and Golgi apparatus, they have carbohydrate added to them so that they become glycoproteins. While some glycosylation occurs in the rough ER, most often it takes place in the Golgi apparatus. Glycosylation makes the secreted protein much more polar, which contributes to its solubility and stability.Collagen It is the most abundant protein in the body. A tendon, for example, is almost entirely collagen. And it is abundant in skin, bone and indeed in extracellular spaces throughout the body,where it holds the cells of the body together. A fibroblast is often the cell making the collagen.5. From memory, sketch a section of the phospholipid bilayer of an axon terminal and diagram how neurotransmitter-containing vesicles secrete protein in the absence of BoNT via exocytosis. On the drawing, add transmembrane receptor proteins that BoNT binds to and diagram receptor-mediated endocytosis of the receptor bound to BoNT and how it can influence exocytosis
BoNT inhibits the active transport of ACh via exocytosis into the synapse. The muscle on the postsynaptic side relies on the ACh to bind to ACh receptors on the muscles to stimulate contraction.

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