The endoplasmic reticulum is responsible for the manufacturing of membranes. It also creates ribosomes that make proteins for the cell.
Vesicles transports membranes and products to various locations. It has a membrane bound sac that contains materials. A fluid filled organelle that stores enzymes or water is a vacuole.
The rough Endoplasmic reticulum- manufactures, processes, & prepares proteins for transport.
The cell organelle that appears as a stack of sac-like membranes is the golgi apparatus. This organelle is responsible for packaging proteins for transport.
I have searched and found that the endoplasmic reticulum is the organelle that manufactures lipids.
No, you're talking about nuclear envelope, which is the membrane that surrounds the nucleus. Nucleolus is an organelle inside a nucleus that manufactures the two ribosomal subunits.
The ribosome is an organelle that is not surrounded by a membrane.
No a membrane is not considered an organelle. Membranes are what encapsulate organelles.
The organelle that manufactures proteins is the rough endoplasmic reticulum. The ribosomes found in the rough bit, produce the protein, while the endoplasmic reticulum modifies it.
the nucleus and mitochondria.
There are 2 membranes that surround mitochondrion. Any organelle that contains some kind of DNA has 2 membranes.
The endoplasmic reticulum is an organelle that appears in all eukaryotic cells. The ER is made of a series of membranes extending throughout the jelly-like cytoplasm. The ER's manufactures and transports material to other locations.