The organelles that produce proteins used within the cell are the?
The cell contains ribosomes which produce proteins, and the nucleus contains DNA which codes for proteins. They can work together to produce particular proteins called enzymes which are used to digest food. Each cell also contains lysosomes which digest any microorganisms within the body. Lysosomes also destroy old organelles in the cell which are no longer needed.
The two organelles that produce protein are the ribosomes and the rough endoplasmic reticulum. The ribosomes manufacture proteins for the cell through protein synthesis. The rough endoplasmic reticulum produces proteins here that are often secreted by the cell and carried by the vesicles to the Golgi apparatus.
The main parts of an animal cell are: * cell membrane - controls the passage of substances in and out of the cell * cytoplasm - where the cell's metabolic reactions take place * nucleus - holds genetic material so that the cell can divide * mitochondria - organelles that carry out the process of respiration * ribosomes - organelles that produce proteins.
Ribosomes are small organelles found in the cells of all life forms. They are quite small, only a few hundred nanometers across. It has been theorized that ribosomes were once independent life forms, reproducing on their own, until other chemicals such as carbohydrates and DNA were brought into the fold at a later time. Ribosomes are composed of rRNA (ribosomal RNA, or ribonucleic acid) and other catalytic proteins. Their main function is to produce a…
The nucleus stores DNA, the Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum sends proteins out of the cell, the mitochondria produce ATP, the Golgi packages protein, the Ribosomes produce protein, the Lyrosomes contain destructive enzymes, the chloroplast produces glucose, the cytoskeleton supports the cell. Did I leave anything out?