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What organelles produce proteins in the cell?

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Ribosomes produce the proteins needed in a cell

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Organelles that produce proteins used within the cell are called ribosomes. Ribosomes produce proteins that are either used within the cell or are processed in the endoplasmic reticulum.


The organelles in the cell that produce proteins are called ribosomes.


Ribosomes are the cell organelles that assemble proteins. They function as factories to produce usable proteins for a cell.



ribosomes are the organelles in a cell that produce proteins from amino acids.


ribosomes are not cells, they are organelles that produce and synthesize proteins. get it straight!


The ultimate goal is to produce Proteins and Carbohydrates for the cell and their organelles.


Small, highly concentrated cell organelles that produce proteins are called ribosomes. Ribosomes can be free-floating or attached to endoplasmic reticulum.


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.


Ribosomes are the cell organelles that make proteins. They are located throughout the cytoplasm, as well as on the rough endoplasmic reticulum.


Mitochondria are the organelles. But shpe may vary


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.



Type your answer here... Which of these organelles is responsible for folding proteins in the cell?


Ribosomes are the organelles that produce proteins.


They are the ribosomes. They are in every cell


Cytoplasm, and Golgi complex


Organelles keep a cell alive in many different ways. Some organelles are there to protect the cell while others build the cell and are there to carry out functions such as making proteins.


the organelles called ribosomes.


Ribosomes are the tiniest organelles. They make proteins for the cell


They are the ribosomes. Surface is provided by them


Ribosomes consist of RNA and proteins. They are responsible for assembling the proteins within a cell. Ribosomes are cell organelles.


No, not directly. The cell acts like a factory and what is produced by that cell is directed by the nucleus. The nucleus may direct the production of lipids or proteins but not actual chemicals.


Ribosomes produce proteins in the cell.


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.



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