What Do Golgi Bodies Look Like?

What Do Golgi Bodies Look Like

Found in eukaryotic cells, golgi bodies are membrane bound organelles composed of cisternae (series of 5-8, cup-shaped flattened stacks). They are found in the cytoplasm adjacent to the ER. Since they are related to ER membranes they make up for other parts of the complicated cellular membrane system. After packaging, it either releases the final products or passes them to their final destinations.

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