7th December 2019


How does the mitochondria and ribosome work together?

Its main job is to break down glucose into ATP (energy that the cell can use). The mitochondria does work with other cell organelles in that the ATP is dispersed throughout the cell to power the function of the cell. Specifically, the Ribosomes use the ATP to produce proteins in a process known as protein synthesis.

Likewise, what other organelles help the ribosome do its job?

The RNA's (t, m, and r) then works with ribosomes during translation to make proteins. Endoplasmic reticulum: A series membranes attached to the nucleus and throughout the cytoplasm of a cell that is responsible for protein and protein and lipid synthesis.

What do ribosomes work with?

The mRNA is then sent out of the nucleus and to the ribosomes. When it is time to make the protein, the two subunits come together and combine with the mRNA. The subunits lock onto the mRNA and start the protein synthesis. The process of making proteins is quite simple.

How do the ribosomes and lysosomes work together?

Basically, the Golgi apparatus receives protein enzymes from the ER, which are packaged in a vesicle in the Golgi apparatus, processed and finally, pinched off as a Lysosome. Lysosomes then float in teh cytoplasm until they're needed. Lysosomes rely on enzymes created in the cytosol and the endoplasmic reticulum.
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