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An example of effects is de-Saux disease, in which a
lipid accumulates in the lysosomes of brain cells, resulting in
death in childhood.
However, plant cells do not have lysosomes.
The central froth of a plant cell (which we will describe below)
May act similarly because it contains many digestive enzymes, such as lysosomes.
energy processing element.

A cell uses energy to integrate specific substances into this cell.
Can be used for increment, multiplication, and so on
Speed. energy transfers from one form to another
Energy is stored in mitochondria (found in all eukaryotic cells) and chloroplasts (eukaryotic cells).
the sunlight).

In contrast, prokaryotic energy changes
Cells bind to enzymes that are attached to the inner surface of the plasma membrane or plasma extensions
The membrane extends into the cytoplasm.
mitochondrial energy converters
In eukaryotic cells, the breakdown of fuel molecules
Glucose starts up in the cytosol. result in molecules
This region of degradation enters the mitochondria (single, mitochondria), whose primary function is to convert the chemical energy of fuel molecules into a form.

Can be used by the cell: the energy-molecule ATP (adenosine triphosphate). The use of fuel molecules and molecular oxygen (O2) in the mitochondria is called ATP production.
cell respiration.
Average mitochondria are smaller – 1.5 . slightly less than
wide width and 2-8m length – about the size
many bacteria.

 

 

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