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The supply of lipids to the tissues of the vascular body. one is
These types of particles are called low-density lipoproteins, or LDL.
Must be taken up by the liver for recycling. he’s also growing
due to receptor-mediated endocytosis.

This process begins by binding of LDL to specific receptor proteins.
on the surface of the cell. When endocytosis is ingested, LDL
The particles are released from the receptors. different receptors
In the flower pot area, create a new vesicle
It is recycled at the plasma membrane.

Released LDL
The particle is in the root vesicle, which is a . binds to
Lysosomes that digest LDL and cholesterol
made available for cell use. People with hereditary hypercholesterolemia (-mia, “blood”) have high levels of dangerous cholesterol in their blood.

Defect receptor for LDL.
Exocytosis is the transfer of substances from the cell
Exocytosis is the process by which substances accumulate
Vesicles are secreted from a cell when there is a vesicle membrane
Melt along the plasma membrane.

 

 

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