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Golgi in pink

Odra Noel

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The Golgi, Golgi apparatus or Golgi complex is found in most cells, it is the pink structure in the top right of in this image. It is a packaging organelle and was named after Camillo Golgi, an Italian biologist. The Golgi complex gathers simple molecules and combines them to make complex molecules, then taking those complex molecules to vesicles. Once the complex cell has been delivered to the vesicle it may be stored there or sent out of the cell. Also in this image are vacuoles (large spheres), mitochondria (bean-shaped object) and the rough endoplasmic reticulum (black) Cellular level art, paint on silk, digitised.

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