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BIO302

BIO302

 

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Lysosomes are the sites of food spoilage and
Foreign objects taken from the cell. These materials are available
In the cell, a pocket is formed by the process of pakocytosis (pako-, “food”; cytosis, “cellular”).

The plasma membrane thickens and closes and eventually closes to the outside of the cell. This pocket is a small vesicle loose from the plasma membrane
Cytoplasm is a phosphosome with food or other substances.

Pacosomes attach to the primary lysosome, forming a secondary lysosome that causes digestion.
The effect of this combination is similar to the release of appetite.
The fox in the chicken coop: the second enzyme.

Lysosomes rapidly hydrolyze the food particles. These reactions are enhanced by the mild acidity of the lysosome interior, where the pH is lower than in the surrounding cytoplasm. The products of digestion are excreted through the membrane.

 

 

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