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What membrane sacs that receive and package proteins?

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March 03, 2009 1:39AM

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Vacuole Membrane-bound sacs are said to receive and package proteins

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Vesicles are membrane sacs (or pouches) that transport proteins

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Vessicles are membrane sacs (or pouches) that transport proteins

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i dont know i think its something in you REAL, IMPROVED, RIGHT-OUT-OF TEXTBOOK-ANSWER: The Golgi Apparatus.

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GOLGI if it's for the crossword. :) The systems of flattened sacs that modify and package proteins is known as the endoplasmic reticulum or ER. The system will modify proteins into vesicles.

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Vesicles produced by the membrane bound Golgi apparatus.

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The Golgi body/Golgi apparatus/Golgi complex packages proteins and other materials into membrane-bound sacs called vesicles.

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See a doctor and have an STD checkup, if you have that problem. What ever it is, it sounds highly contagious!!

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They function to modify and package proteins and lipids into vesicles, small, spherically shaped sacs that bud from the ends of a Golgi apparatus. The proteins are made by the RER. Vesicles often migrate to and merge with the plasma membrane, releasing their contents outside of the cell.

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It contains flattened sacs called cisternae. Ribosomes are attached to outer surface of its membrane. It is specialized to synthesize proteins.

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Vacuoles, I think. They bud off of the Golgi Complex to transport materials around or out of the cell.

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Vacuoles are membrane bound fluid filled sacs in plants.

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Membrane-bound sacs that are filled with fluid.

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The endoplasmic reticulum is the organelle that's looks like a stack of sacs.

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Substances packaged by the Golgi Apparatus can leave the cell within a vesicle. Vesicles of membrane lipids and proteins bud off from the trans-Golgi sacs of the Golgi Apparatus and are directed to their destination. Trans-Golgi sacs are sacs that are farthest away from the endoplasmic reticulum.

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Golgi bodies, I think. I got this question in life scinece and she said it was like a stack of pancakes or maybe a UPS.

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The chloroplast has individual sacs called thylakoids, which are arranged in stacks called the grana

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The Golgi is sometimes called the shipping and receiving department of the cell. They function to modify and package proteins and lipids into vesicles, small, spherically shaped sacs that bud from the ends of a Golgi apparatus. Vesicles often migrate to and merge with the plasma membrane, releasing their contents outside of the cell. It doesn't actually build compound but can modify them.