Which organelle digests macromolecules worn out cell parts debris and disease causing microbes?
They are the lysosomes. They contain digestive enzymes
This organelle is the lysosome.
The White blood cells swallows and digests the invading microbes.
A lysosome destroys and digests damaged organelles and wastes.
the vacuole is the one that eats up all the bacteria and digests it.
Probably lysosomes, leading to phagocytosis and the formation of vesicles.
The lysosomes in a cell contain digestive enzyme that breaks down food, waste products, and pathogens. They can breakdown macromolecules like proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. They also break down old organelles and unneeded cell parts. When a cell takes in bacteria, viruses, or other pathogens, lysosomes break them down.
lysosomes-they are a membrane-bound organelle located inside animal cells. plants do not have them
its acts like the lysosoe as it digests the broken down food
The vacuole is the organelle that stores food, water and waste, and the lysosome breaks down larger food molecules into smaller molecules and digests old cell parts.
The lysosome acts as the cells garbage disposal unit. This small organelle digests worn out cell parts and food. The lysosome can be found in the cytoplasm.The lysosome acts as the cells garbage disposal unit.
The lysosome is the part of the cell that digests injured cells. The lysosome is a membrane bound cell organelle that is found in all animal cells.
Organisms have cells. Inside the cells, there is a organelle called the lysosome. The lysosome breaks down and digests food. Or your digestive system can digest food.
Amylase- digests starches Cellulase- digests fibers Lactase- digests dairy products Lipases- digests fats Maltase- digests starch & grains Proteases- digests proteins Sucrase- digests sugars
I think the answer you're looking for is, "White Blood Cells." They are one of the four components of blood, and they engulf any pathogens they detect.
The stomach digests food, digests food, and guess what? it digests food!
Bacteria digests waste
Pepsin digests protein
Amylase is the enzyme that digests starch.
The enzyme pepsin digests proteins.
The enzyme that digests insulin is Protease :)
amylase is the protein that digests starches. amylase
Pepsin digests protein in the stomach
proteases are a class of enzymes, that digest protein. Renin, pepsin, trypsin, chymotrypsin are few examples of digestive proteases.
what enzyme digests vegetable oil
There may be two possibilities of a lysosome(in function) after it releases from the golgi apparatus as primary lysosome, It can fuse with the food vacuole to form secondary lysosome and then digest it. second it may fuse with damaged organelle to form secondary lysosome and then it digests it.
The enzyme that digests fibrin clots is plasmin.
it digests its food by making it go through its intestines
How tilapia fish digests crude fat
Primarily digests proteins, but also digests fats.
A protease is an enzyme that digests protein.
A lysosome digests material within a cell.
The name of the type of enzyme that digests stains containing fats is Lipase.
What would happen to a multicellular plant if a microorganism that digests pectin was accidentally released from a laboratory?
the microorganism will stick to a cell and steal nutrients from the cell, grow larger and then to the same thing over and over to the other cells too, causing the plant to die.
Sucrase is the enzyme (called a disaccharidase) that digests sucrose, the major disaccharide in table sugar.
Stomach and small intestine Protein digestion starts in the stomach, then the small intestine completely digests it.
No. when a baby digests food it is just called digestion, there is no special name for it.
A protease is an enzyme that digests protein. These enzymes are also known as peptidases.
Too much watermelon can cause bloating, gas and diarrhea. However, watermelon eaten on an empty stomach does not create digestive problems. As fruit digests faster than any other food, the slice of fruit digests quickly and is ready to go straight through the stomach into the intestines, but its passage is blocked by the other food which is already there takes longer to digest. In the meantime the whole meal ferments and turns to acid… Read More
It digests food
The body digests honey in the same way that it digests almost all foods. The body breaks down the honey.
James Minot has written: 'A digest of the laws of Jamaica' -- subject(s): Law reports, digests, Law, Digests
The phagocyte that digests cellular debris and pathogens in the human body are called macrophages, or macrophagocytes.
Dough with yeast increases in size (rises) because the yeast is a living organism. When combined with moisture and warmth, the yeast eats and digests the sugars in the bread dough, then produces gas. The gas expands as it warms, pushing against the dough and causing it to rise.