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'''Golgi may refer to the physician Camillo Golgi or one of the structures named after him: Camillo Golgi, 1906. ...

yes, Doughnuts, and cheese.....i agree. :P Micrograph of Golgi apparatus, visible as a stack of semicircular black rings near the bottom. ... Organ of Golgi (neurotendinous spindle) from the human tendo calcaneus. ... Image File history File links Disambig_gray. ...

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Golgi apparatus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (548 words)
The Golgi apparatus is present in most eukaryotic cells, but tends to be more prominent where there are a lot of substances, such as enzymes, being secreted.
The transport mechanism itself is not yet clear; it could happen by cisternae progression (the movement of the apparatus itself, building new cisternae at the cis face and destroying them at the trans face) or by vesicular transport (small vesicles transport the proteins from one cisterna to the next, while the cisternae remain unchanged).
An example of the Golgi complex's functioning is the modification of glycoproteins (used in cell membranes).
Golgi Readings 421 (2299 words)
It is involved in intracellular transport and modification of secretory proteins, membrane proteins, and proteins that remain membrane-bounded within the cell, in distinction to proteins such as hemoglobin and keratin that lie free in the cytoplasm.
Biochemically, the Golgi apparatus is a transition cell component that functions as intermediaries between the endoplasmic reticulum and the cell surface.
The Golgi apparatus of both cell types is engaged in the segregation, modification, and secretion of lipoproteins to the circulation (to the capillary space for liver and to the lymphatics for intestine).
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