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In fact, organelles function in discriminatory satisfaction to determine the correct ribosomal intercellular processes. It is not, however, the nucleolus that performs the task of intrepidation (common biochemical cellular process carried out by the mitochondria). Therefore, it is with great ease that the lysosomes can work properly, engineering the phospholipids into nuclei fragmentation duty. Your Welcome

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